Our Occupational Therapists are responsible for providing individual and group occupational therapy services, while working within an interdisciplinary team model. Occupational therapists address the sensory processing, fine motor, strengthening, and adaptive/sensory equipment needs of the students to meet IEP goals and support optimal functioning in the preschool environment. Effective verbal and written communication skills are needed in this role. Occupational therapists are responsible for writing quarterly reports, annual reports, and sensory diets. Experience in working with the pediatric population is preferred. Productivity enhancement bonuses are available as well as the opportunity to complete initial and supplemental OT evaluations as fee for service. Experienced occupational therapists are able to participate in our OT Student Supervision Program. New graduates are encouraged to apply.
Minimum of a B.S. in Occupational Therapy from an accredited college or university
Must be licensed and currently registered in New York State as an Occupational Therapist or possess a limited permit to work under a Licensed Therapist.
401K after 6 months