The Occupational Therapist will have the education, knowledge and skill to provide in-patient and/or out-patient services, focusing on functional skills to enhance development, restore function and to prevent disability from pediatric conditions, illness and injury. Evaluation, treatment and home programming are provided for children with: musculoskeletal injuries to upper extremities, fine motor delays, visual perceptual and visual motor impairments, brain injuries and neurological impairments, sensory processing disorders and related problems, hematology and oncology disorders and neuromuscular conditions. The Occupational Therapist will also be responsible for patient and caregiver education as well as consultation to other professionals, clinics and agencies, both within Cook Children's Health Care System and within the community.
Bachelors or Masters degree in Occupational Therapy
State license for Occupational Therapy or eligible for licensure