The Occupational Therapist is responsible for planning, assessment, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive occupational therapy procedures and services designed to increase or restore function, minimize or prevent disability, and assist patients in reaching their maximum performance levels.
Graduation from accredited program in Occupational Therapy required. Experience in orthopedics, acute care, home health and/or school programs preferred. License to practice Occupational Therapy in the State of New Hampshire required. Current Basic Life Support (including use of an Automated External Defibrillator) certification required.