Occupational Therapists are proficient in helping infants, children, adults, and elders develop work skills for performing their everyday activities independently in the environment they live. They assess client’s physical, cognitive, communication, and interaction skills before developing and planning treatment and care programs. They assist and coordinate with care givers, families, and clients for best treatment outcome. Below given, Sample Resume of Occupational Therapist will help you make your own resume for the OT post:
11, Main Street,
West Jefferson Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90094
A result oriented and qualified Occupation Therapist with 4 years experience in developing plans and program for assisting clients in improving their skills and performing their activities independently in their environment.
- Promoting health and well-being
- Expertise in working with a multi-disciplinary team consisting of caregivers, peers, families, and clients.
- Proficient in gathering, analyzing information.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Skills for building trusting relationship, engaging and motivating clients.
- Possess assessment and intervention skills.
- Proficient in managing and maintaining records for client interventions and outcome.
August 2014 – Present,
Mary Pediatric Development Centre,
San Jose, CA 95158
- Assist and teach infants and children with challenges in attention, learning, coordination, language problem, and independence skills.
- Serve infants and children with Sensory Integration and auditory processing disorders, Developmental Delay, Dyspraxia, and high functioning Aspergers.
- Assess reports of interventions and outcome.
- Develop and evaluate daily care plans.
- Specify recommendation, coordinate and assist care providers, families, and patients.
- Work with the multi-disciplinary team for the best patient outcome.
August 2012 – July 2014
Centre for Learning and Development
Campbell, CA 95008
- Develop early learning programs for children
- Assisted children in quality learning and development
- Screened and assessed intervention needs for children.
- Provided physical, social, cognitive, and emotional support for children and families.
- Helped in parental involvement in improving early quality care and children success.
- Helped children in improving interaction and communication skills.
- Helped children’ improve self-esteem and confidence
- Assess the needs of children and maximize their learning
- Developed care plan and exercise programs to treat reading disorders and neurobiological roots of dyslexia.
- Helped children engage socially with their peers.
- Set camps for children’s social interaction, fun, skill building, learning new things and engaging with others.
Masters of Occupational Therapy
Dominican University of California
School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions
50 Acacia Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94901