23 matches for pre-occupational/physical therapy
|O*NET-SOC Title||1 match|
|Alternate Occupation Titles||8 matches|
|O*NET-SOC Description||1 match|
|Detailed Work Activities||3 matches|
- Occupational Therapists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Occupational Therapist
- Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Early Intervention Occupational Therapist
- Home Health Occupational Therapist
- Licensed Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Pediatric Occupational Therapist
- Pediatrics and Acute Care Occupational Therapist
- Registered Occupational Therapist
- Assess, plan, and organize rehabilitative programs that help build or restore vocational, homemaking, and daily living skills, as well as general independence, to persons with disabilities or developmental delays. Use therapeutic techniques, adapt the individual's environment, teach skills, and modify specific tasks that present barriers to the individual.
- Conduct research in occupational therapy.
- Consult with rehabilitation team to select activity programs or coordinate occupational therapy with other therapeutic activities.
- Develop and participate in health promotion programs, group activities, or discussions to promote client health, facilitate social adjustment, alleviate stress, and prevent physical or mental disability.
- Evaluate patients' progress and prepare reports that detail progress.
- Lay out materials such as puzzles, scissors and eating utensils for use in therapy, and clean and repair these tools after therapy sessions.
- Plan, organize, and conduct occupational therapy programs in hospital, institutional, or community settings to help rehabilitate those impaired because of illness, injury or psychological or developmental problems.
- Provide training and supervision in therapy techniques and objectives for students or nurses and other medical staff.
- Select activities that will help individuals learn work and life-management skills within limits of their mental or physical capabilities.
- Test and evaluate patients' physical and mental abilities and analyze medical data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals for patients.
- Train caregivers in providing for the needs of a patient during and after therapy.
Detailed Work Activities
- Prepare medical supplies or equipment for use.
- Prepare reports summarizing patient diagnostic or care activities.
- Develop treatment plans that use non-medical therapies.
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