Occupational Therapy Assistant (Cota)

Centers For Specialty Care Group Staten Island , NY 10304

Posted 2 months ago

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Richmond Center is actively seeking an Occupational Therapy Assistant for our Skilled Nursing Facility in Staten Island, NY.

We offer the following:

  • Competitive salaries

  • Benefits package

  • Professional Growth & Stability

  • Innovative Training Programs

  • And much more!

COTA Duties Include:

  • COTA's Select therapy activities to fit Residents' needs and capabilities.

  • Assist Residents in carrying out daily activities.

  • Monitor Residents' performance in therapy activities, providing encouragement.

  • Teach Residents how to use special equipment to assist with daily function.

  • COTA's Work in collaboration with the OT to establish a rehabilitation plan.

  • Supervise Residents' activities to ensure they are done properly.

  • Report the Resident's progress to the OT.

  • Handle administrative/clerical tasks.

COTA Requirements Include:

  • Graduate of an accredited OTA Program

  • Current New York State OTA License

  • Experience in long-term care settings preferred

APY77, CHC4001


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