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The Arc of Rensselaer County

Occupational Therapist



Job Description
The Occupational Therapist is responsible for the evaluation and implementation of Occupational Therapy services for participants assigned through the Interdisciplinary team process. The scope of the Occupational Therapy shall be based on activities that enhance the functional capabilities and level of independence of the programs participants. The Occupational Therapist will evaluate and assign participants needs and strengths in regards to the need for OT as well as establish a relevant Occupational Therapy treatment plan for all assigned individuals and Monitors and informs individuals progress.

Education and Requirements

This postion will be subject to Day time Hours. Individual must be licensed and currently registered as an Occupational Therapist by the NYS Department of Education. One Year of profressional experience in working with indivudals with intellectual and developmental dissabilities preferred.








About The Arc of Rensselaer County
The Arc of Rensselaer County is a non-profit agency located in Troy, NY supporting individuals with disabilities and their families throughout Rensselaer County. We are an association of people with disabilities, parents, professionals and community members dedicated to building the capacity of the community to fully include persons with disabilities.

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