About the Role
The Occupational Therapist plays a key role in ensuring that our students are supported by effective intervention plans, and have access to high quality effective occupational therapy services.
Key areas of responsibilities include:
- Assessment: Obtaining data using appropriate assessment tools to identify student therapy needs in a variety of cases.
- Goal Setting: Identifying and prioritising goals for intervention in collaboration with the student/family/caregiver and multidisciplinary team.
- Care Planning: Formulating care plans that are outcome based and relevant to students’ goals through planning, implementing, evaluating and managing interventions.
- Intervention: Facilitating individual and group interventions.
- Collaborative Exploration: Applying the process of collaborative exploration in the management of caseloads to deliver effective services.
- Documentation: Completing specialist report, case notes and other documentation, following professional guidelines and guidelines required by the organization.
- Ensuring Quality Service: Participating in developing protocols and clinical guidelines to improve services
Due to expansion of our services, we are looking for Occupational Therapists to join our Early Intervention and Special Education School teams in our 3 campuses (Margaret Drive, Yishun Park and Woodlands.)
Clinical Practice: demonstrate a proficient understanding of therapy areas and, in particular, issues within the school and/or community setting.
You must respect the intrinsic and unique worth of every individual, and serve with compassion and dedication to discover, build and celebrate the ability of each student.
You are expected to act with integrity and be able to work in and across teams.
Minimum Educational Qualifications:
Professional qualifications and other diploma. Those with full registration with AHPC preferred.
Full Time (Permanent)