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Early Intervention Occupational Therapist - OT - Anchorage, AK

Early Intervention home health agency seeks an Occupational Therapist to work with children birth to five in their natural environment.  You'll travel in town and in some rural areas to see babies and toddlers in their homes and in daycare facilities. This position is full time M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. Caseload consists of children ages 0-5 with cognitive and developmental delays, feeding issues, and some autism. Paperwork is done during visit. 

The Early Interventionist Occupational Therapist provides assessment and intervention services and strategies to assist in fostering the growth and development of children, birth through age three.  Work is usually performed as a home-based service designed to directly involve parents in providing family-oriented social, nutritional, developmental, and behavioral opportunities for their children. The Occupational Therapist works as a trans-disciplinary team member providing specific information to support the development and implementation of Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP) for clients of the organization. The specific disciplines represented by the team include early childhood or special education, social work, speech language, physical, and occupational therapy.

Full benefits package is available along with a competitive salary package, exceptional paid time off package and plenty of mentorship and support.


If you're looking for a chance to enjoy Alaska, enjoy the great outdoors and work independently, here's a great opportunity for you!
 
 
 Qualifications: Must hold a Bachelors Degree (or higher) in Occupational Therapy and a current state license (or be eligible for same).  Must have reliable transportation.

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