Evaluate patients, plan and administer treatment to improve and restore physical, cognitive and emotional function. Provide professional care in accordance with AOTA standards and Maryland State Board of Examiners scope of practice.
Requirements: Basic professional knowledge; equivalent to a Bachelor's degree; working knowledge of theory and practice within a specialized field. BS or MS in Occupational. American Heart Association CPR Card; Maryland Occupational Therapy License; Basic computer skills; Critical thinking skills. One to three years of experience.