Company: KidsCare Home Health
Posted on: September 21, 2022
Overview: KidsCare Home Health is an ethical, therapist owned
and operated home health company. We are seeking to immediately
hire an Occupational Therapist. KidsCare provides therapy services
to children with special needs in the comfort of their own homes.
If you have a passion for working with pediatrics and making a
difference in your community, while enjoying work-life balance,
KidsCare is the place for you! Our leadership team recognizes the
hard work and dedication of our therapists by promoting from within
and by adding leadership roles that come with minimal stress
levels. We have also redesigned our mentorship programs so that
everyone gets the guidance they desire; your success is our focus!
At KidsCare we desire to work with individuals who embody the
values of the organization which together create our C.A.R.E.
culture. In return we offer a full benefits package to include
health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance; paid time
off, 401K, professional development funds and tuition
reimbursement. What Sets Us Apart: Therapist Owned/Operated - We
understand your challenges firsthand.
Ethically Centered - Our clients and therapists are our top
Work Life Balance - Choose your caseload size based on your
Create Your Own Schedule - Choose patients and treatment times.
Responsibilities: The Occupational Therapist will evaluate,
organize, and conduct medically prescribed occupational therapy for
pediatric patients within the home health setting. They will direct
the patient and the caregiver in selected tasks to restore,
reinforce and/or enhance performance. The Essential Duties and
Examine, evaluate, and administer remedial treatments for pediatric
Provide clinical treatment to patients including screenings,
evaluations, direct treatment, and family/caregiver training and
counseling regarding status, progress, goals, home programming and
Coordinate patient care with office staff and other
Maintain appropriate communication with the pediatric patient and
family regarding progress, problems, home programs, and other
issues related to the therapeutic process.
Refer patients and family members to appropriate services including
other professionals, agencies, and resources as appropriate.
Consult with physician on patient progress and maintains
Maintain supplies and equipment.
Present at internal and external public education functions which
may include periodic in-service presentations.
Participate in Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI)
Attend Continuing Education activities and expand scope of
Maintain adequate caseload with appropriate productivity.
Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve company and
Collaborate with others through knowledge and skills sharing.
Participate in the mentoring of students and new hires.
Participate in professional organizations and acitivities.
Demonstrate initiative and independent judgment in performing all
Serve as the backup service provider for other caseloads as
Comply with all company policies, practices, and procedures.
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Work Experience Requirements
Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy required.
Current state-issued professional licensure.
Valid state driver license.
Pediatric clinical experience preferred.
Home health experience preferred. Other Qualifications and Skills
Ability to read and write in simple correspondence with effective
public speaking in small groups.
Excellent critical thinking and critical thinking skills.
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills.
Ability to interpret instruction with the ability to solve
practical problems with a variety of concrete variables.
Proficient computer skills to include Microsoft Office Suite,
record keeping and routine database activity.
Manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Physical Demands/Working
Environment Spends one-third to two-thirds of time in standing,
walking, reaching sitting kneeling, and crawling activities.
Over two-thirds of time is spent using hands, fingers, and will
handle, feel, talk, and hear.
Diverse indoor residential or childcare setting.
Moderate physical activity performing strenuous activities of a
Must be able to lift a minimum of twenty-five pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision
Moderate noise (i.e., business office with computers, phone, and
printers, light traffic). Reasonable accommodations may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions. Pay starting at $85,000 per year INDT
Keywords: KidsCare Home Health, Gresham , Occupational Therapist, Healthcare , Gresham, Oregon
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