Provide screenings, evaluations, educational programs and therapeutic intervention for students identified with or suspected of having disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform daily life activities or participate in activities in the educational environment. These skills include sensory processing, self-regulation, visual perception, coordination, self-care and fine motor skills such as handwriting, cutting with scissors, dressing, shoe-tying and utensil use. Provide training and education to family, caregivers, and other professionals. Provide consultative and collaborative services to teachers, parents, administrators and allied agencies in order to integrate occupational therapy goals into the classroom, other educational programs, the home environment, and the community. Evaluate and report student progress for continuation or termination of services. Refer student to other professionals, agencies and/or administrators when appropriate.
We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.