Specialist Occupational Therapist, Brantridge School

  • Full Time
  • Nottingham
  • Salary Guide: £25,000 - £62,500


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Specialist Occupational Therapist, Brantridge School: Nightingale School

If you’re a people person with the drive to deliver excellent customer service, this may be the role for you. Nightingale School encourages applications from all backgrounds and communities and is committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. Any relevant industry experience or qualifications that you have will be considered. Please visit the website for further information about this role.

Position: Specialist Occupational Therapist, Brantridge School
Location: Nottingham
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £25,000 – £62,500
Last Updated: 03 August 2022
Job Category: Health & Medicine

Occupational Therapist Role:

An Occupational Therapist, or Physiotherapist is a healthcare worker who helps individuals with impairments, reach their career potential. Duties include evaluating patients, designing treatment plans and monitoring patients progress.

Other Duties:

  • Identifying the set of activities and motivations that might help patients work towards their goals
  • Helping people with disabilities perform different activities such as dressing, eating and walking
  • Demonstrating exercises that could potentially help improve the patients conditions or relieve pain
  • Evaluating the patients home and workplace environments in an effort to identify potential improvements to be made to improve their conditions
  • Educating the patients families and friends about the right way to accommodate and care for them
  • Recommending special equipment and medication, as well as instructing patients on how to use the equipment and take medications
  • Documenting and assessing the patients activities and progress, as well as creating reports for billing and evaluations
  • Generating reports for patients and their physicians and families
  • Reporting a patients progress to Physicians and other healthcare providers

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