£11.66 to £0 Per Hour
An Occupational Therapist working in Southern Health and Social Services
will provide qualified support on a rotational basis to any area of service
provision which includes, Acute Services, Care of the Elderly, Stroke Unit,
Mental Health, Elderly & Physically Disability, Intermediate Care, Learning
Disability and Paediatrics. The post will be totally patient focused and the
Occupational Therapist will be responsible for assisting in the assessment,
treatment and follow-up community visits in the rehabilitation of patients.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
To assist in the development of the Occupational Therapy Service within the above specialist areas.To work as a member of the multi-disciplinary team and share information with other team members.To provide a suitably skilled assessment of the needs of the individual, based on a holistic approach (which covers emotional, physical, spiritual and social needs).On completion of individual assessment, draw up and implement appropriate treatment plans. Implementation may be an individual or group basis. To plan and lead a variety of practical and personal development groups with awareness of group dynamics.To liaise with relatives and carers in the implementation of the treatment plan as necessary.To review the progress of the patient in relation to treatment goals in collaboration with other staff.
1. Bsc (Hons) or Dip COT in Occupational Therapy and have Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Registration or eligible for immediate registration.
2. Hold a full current driving license valid for use in the UK and have, on appointment, access to a car
Immediate starts available