Occupational Therapist jobs in Kullu - handimachal therapy centre

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  • 2019-05-16

Job Description

Your missions within the Handimachal program would cover the following domains:

(1) Clinical,

(2) Public relations,

(1) Occupational Therapist

Deliver OT sessions to children registered in the program, within a global rehabilitation plan

established for each child with the physiotherapist and the special educator

Conduct physical and psychological assessments of children,

Follow/adapt the syllabus for the CBR training program and conduct training programs to the

CBR agents when necessary; (syllabus already available)

Supervise the team of CBR workers in the execution of their job responsibilities;

Follow/adapt the syllabus for the Pre-School Program, undertake required additional

training, supervise and assess the program;

Industry

NGO / Non-Profit

Functional Area

Medical / Health Care / Hospitals

Number of Vacancy

1

Education

Professional Degree


About handimachal therapy centre

Paediatric speech therapist -
A challenging opportunity in Kullu Job description
The Handimachal Therapy Centre is a small voluntary therapy clinic for disabled children, opened in Kullu in 2009.
We work with children with fine and gross motor challenges, communication disorders, language delays, emotional disorders, sensory integration issues, autism spectrum disorders, feeding disorders. We believe collaboration across disciplines helps reveal the optimal care plan for the children we serve. We also focus on educating families, as they play a crucial role in their child’s development and specific challenges.
performing controlled therapy sessions with individuals, groups and/or families;
should be able to use sign language, alternative and augmentative communication methods and
picture exchange communication system in therapy program;
collaborating with other staff members (occupational therapist and special educator in particular),
family members or caretakers in the setting of treatment;
introducing and supporting new ways of working with families to prevent future speech and
language difficulties;
delivering training to parents and teachers, allowing them to help in the child’s development;
teaching exercises to help eliminate speech problems;
referring patients to other specialis

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