Organizes plans and carries out occupational therapy services and programs of selected activity designed to restore functions, diminish or correct pathology, promote and maintain health, and facilitate learning of those skills necessary to productive living for patients.
State Licensure by Texas Advisory Board of Occupational Therapy.
2. Current registration with AOTA.
3. Maintain current CPR certifications
4. CEU’s as appropriate.
5. Current T.B. screen of one calendar year or current chest x-ray report required.
6. Annual review of Infection Control Procedures, Universal Precautions, Fire and Client Safety, Body Mechanics, and Blood-borne Pathogens is required.
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