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Arc Occupational Therapist, Boise, Chs Therapy & Rehab

Published 2022-07-01
Expires 2022-08-01
ID #1067780049
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Arc Occupational Therapist, Boise, Chs Therapy & Rehab
United States, Idaho, Boise,
Published July 1, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Arc occupational therapist


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Position Title: ARC Occupational Therapist Location: US-ID-Boise Requisition ID: 2022-2146 Number of Openings: 1 Category: Clinical Overview Adaptive Rehab Clinichelps adults in independent living, assisted living, and memory care communities maintain their independence, feel affirmed, and live happier, healthier lives through physical, occupational, and speech therapy.TheOccupational Therapistwill help fulfill our mission to providehigh-quality, on-site care to residents, allowing them to maintain their active lifestyles. Are you passionate about patient care? If so, you might be a great fit for our team Do you want to be part of a supportive team and grow your therapist career? We pride ourselves on hiring great people, taking excellent care of our patients and our employees, providing career growth and top-notch benefits Qualifications Requirements: - Current licensure as Occupational Therapist in practicing state(s) - Ongoing continuing education and professional development to maintain current licensure and certification - we'll help with this - we offer CEU360 trainings for free to our employees Benefits: - Competitive compensation - Flexible schedule with weekends and holidays off - no such thing as on-call for our team - PTO - we value your hard workandyour time off - Realistic and attainable productivity goals - Healthcare coverage with $0 medical copays and $0 generic prescription drugs - HSA option with lower deductible for 2022 - 401K with matching program - we invest in your future - Life insurance - Voluntary Life and AD&D up to $200,000 - Short-term and long-term disability lifetime benefit term life with long-term care - Critical illness and accident insurance - Pet insurance - we know they're part of the family too - Legal Shield and ID Shield - giving you the option to be protected - Free courses to earn CEUs Responsibilities Responsibilities of theOccupational Therapist: You will help provide the best possible occupational therapy services to patients consistent with established standards of practice and company and department procedures, including: - Conduct regular screening of residents to figure out the best intervention or treatment for each individual patient - Evaluate residents to inform and develop treatment plans; establish short- and long-term goals and methods to achieve goals - Interpret and communicate evaluation findings, treatment plans, and recommendations to residents, families/caregivers, and interdisciplinary team members - Establish individual resident therapy schedules in cooperation with other team members - Conduct therapy according to established treatment plan and ensure proper documentation and billing of occupational therapy services - Perform all other duties as assigned and as required to effectively treat patients PM22 PI182581012

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    Chs Therapy & Rehab
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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