Complete assessments and provide treatment to participants to help improve, regain, and develop skills needed for daily living. Treatment services provided on-site at area nursing facilities and in participant homes. Treatment will focus on community mobility and integration, cognitive processes, support with engagement in IADLs/ADLs, hygiene/self-care routines, sensory processing, safety with transfers, fall prevention and adaptive equipment to increase safety and independence.
Graduate of an accredited Occupational Therapy curriculum with a minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree or graduation from an accredited college/university with a related major and completion of a certificate program in Occupational Therapy.
1 year working with individuals with serious mental illness preferred.
Experience working with persons with developmental and physical disabilities, mental health and co-occurring disorders required.
Valid Illinois OTR/L Preferred.
Licensed driver with use of a car, current insurance, a valid driver’s license, and a driving record acceptable to Agency insurance carrier.
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