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occupational therapist

  • Assessed and treated patients in orthopaedic, neurology, medical, psychiatric, and paediatric hospital wards as well as out-patient consulting rooms.  
  • Ordered, fabricated and issued appropriate assistive devices like wheelchairs, buggies, walking aids, splints, pressure garments etc. 
  • Treated patients at community clinics on a weekly basis and training of community-based carers 
  • Conducted wheelchair and buggy seating clinics twice a month. 
  • Ran a Cerebral Palsy clinic twice a month with members from multi-disciplinary team. 
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occupational therapist

  • Director of OT Services in a skilled nursing facility. 
  • Staff therapist in skilled nursing facility and school based therapy.
  • Completed intake information, evaluations, and therapy programs. 
  • Completed necessary paperwork and prior authorizations. 
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occupational therapist

  • Assess students during classroom and play activities to evaluate students’ performance, behavior, social development, motor skills and sensory development 
  • Develop and review IEP’s, perform follow-up assessments and participate in review of the services provided.
  • Teach skills to children through peer interaction, one to one instruction and play opportunities and group activities.
  • Consult and coordinate with teachers, therapists and paraprofessionals in order to adapt teaching methods and materials to account for changes in cognitive and physical skills.
  • Assist in the recommendation of assistive devices, supportive technology for students with special needs.  
  • Serve as liaisons between parents, teachers, doctors, and other rehabilitation specialists to address students’ needs related to problems with hearing, vision, orthopedic and oral motor deficits. 
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occupational therapist

  • Assess students during classroom and play activities to evaluate students’ performance, behavior, social development, motor skills and sensory development. using standardized clinical measures.
  • Teach through peer interaction, one to one instruction and play opportunities and group activities.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to account for  changes in physical skills,  and .
  • Consult and coordinate with other rehabilitative professionals including physical therapists, Special Education instructors, speech pathologists, and social workers
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occupational therapist

  • Develop comprehensive plans for immediate and long-term rehabilitation including therapeutic exercise; speech and occupational therapy; counseling; cognitive retraining; patient, family or caregiver education; or community reintegration.  
  • Training on junior therapists on practice protocols, basic splinting, and fabrication of pressure garments.  
  • Analyze and interpret patients’ histories, symptoms, physical findings, or diagnostic information to help develop appropriate diagnoses.
  • Contracted to Boston Public Schools, Malden Public Schools, and skilled nursing facilities within Massachusetts to provide occupational therapy services.