To provide the OTA student the opportunity to work in an OT setting, under the supervision of an OTR or COTA. Students will participate in the supervised delivery of occupational therapy services in a variety of settings, utilizing skills, concepts, techniques, and strategies learned through academic preparation. Opportunities will be provided for the students to synthesize, develop, and apply academic knowledge and entry level practice skills within the fieldwork setting.
Consistently demonstrate professional behavior in the clinical environment in all situations.
Consistently practice in a safe manner that minimizes risk to patient, self, and others in all situations.
Practice in a manner consistent with AOTA Code of Ethics, and with legal practice standards.
Appropriately interpret plan of care and deliver occupational therapy care with respect to individual and cultural differences.
Maintain appropriate documentation adhering to the policies of the Rehab America.
Communicate effectively verbally and nonverbally, in a professional and timely manner, and with guidance in complex/ambiguous situations.
With guidance from the Clinical Instructor, effectively manage time and resources, and adapt to situational needs.
Can reach, grasp, and manipulate objects, intermittently sit/stand, support, lift, and/or transfer patients and carry equipment and supplies. Medium strength level required.
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