If you’re passionate about leading a team that is, committed to the Team Member Experience and driven by innovation and growth, then join us!
The Occupational Therapist is a critical role within our communities as it impacts the lives of residents and ignites the warmth of human connection.
As an Occupational Therapist your typical day will impact the following ways:
- Implementing and evaluating occupational therapy treatment programs.
- Providing occupational therapy assessments, consultation, and interventions for residents to maximize physical function and promote independence and safety.
- Determining the appropriate use of recognized occupational therapy assessment tools such as neurobehavioral cognitive exams, ADL/IADL assessments, and related assessments by reviewing resident records, interviewing the resident and gathering relevant information to restore, maintain and enhance occupational health, quality and performance.
- Provides clinical expertise, consultation and leadership in evidence-based occupational therapy practice to team members and residents.
- Collaborating with the interdisciplinary team to plan individual and/or group occupational therapy treatment programs by establishing and prioritizing expected outcomes utilizing the self-management model of living, discussing implementation options and determining available resources.
- Assigning components of the resident’s treatment plan to designated team members by instructing, observing and monitoring treatment provided to ensure quality resident care; provides input in the performance evaluations of designated team members.
- Role modeling and demonstrating occupational therapy techniques and practices.
- Maintaining knowledge of current events in evidence-based occupational therapy.
- Assisting in the development and monitoring of policies, procedures, and standards related to occupational therapy; identifies team members learning needs, develops and provides orientation and education related to occupational therapy; assists with the placement of students, as assigned.
- Monitoring the quality and outcome of occupational therapy treatment plans.
- Maintaining resident records, clinical outcome measures, assessments, and related statistical data.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Graduation from an approved program of Occupational Therapy.
- Current full registration with the College of Occupational Therapists
All applicants must successfully pass the prescribed Vulnerable Sector Check. Applicable to Ontario applicants.
All applicants must successfully pass the prescribed Criminal Records Check. Applicable to British Columbia applicants.
Bonus points for having:
- Long Term Care Experience.
Act upon your desire to help others and Join Sienna Senior Living as we continue to enhance the lives of those we serve.
For Ontario locations, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005, upon request, support will be provided for accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and assessment process.