About the Role
Assess and treat motor, cognitive, perceptual motor, self care and sensory processing difficulties in the following domains: Gross and fine motor skills, Sensory processing skills, Cognitive/Executive Function skills, Visual perceptual skills, Visual-motor integration and handwriting skills, Self-Care, independence and autonomy
Write detailed Assessment/Evaluation reports, progress and discharge reports according to the Centre’s policy;
Create, implement and revise the individual treatment program;
Instruct and advise parents on an occupational therapy treatment plan;
Maintain records and case notes
Monitor and evaluate child's progress
Work with clients on a one-to-one basis, and/or in groups, to deliver therapy using an interdisciplinary approach with co-treatments with other disciplines utilized when appropriate
Consult and work with team members of the multidisciplinary team to incorporate appropriate strategies and goals into the child’s plan to ensure the child’s fullest development
Maintain confidentiality about students and their families.
Minimum Education: BA in Occupational Therapy. Master’s or Doctorate Degree is an advantage.
Minimum Experience: More than five years’ experience as a pediatric Occupational Therapist.
Experience with Moderate to Severe Conditions
Post graduate qualifications in Neurodevelopmental Therapy and Sensory Integration is advantageous but NOT required.
Fluent in written and spoken English
Proficient in Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Word.
About the Company