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Candidate 18294

Occupational Therapy

M. S. Occupational Therapy anticipated in July 2011, Eligible for Illinois Occupational Therapy License

New graduate with wide range of clinical experiences. Pediatric experience in school based programs with children ages 3-10 with developmental delays, Emotional Disorders, Autism, and Down Syndrome. Adult experiences include acute care for orthopedic patients, CVAs, TBIs, CABGs and general disability.

OSEP grant recipient for EI training, Familiar with Handwriting Without Tears program, Used Push In versus Pull Out approach.

Full time, Monday-Friday

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Candidate 415

Occupational Therapy

M.A. Early Childhood Education, B.S. Occupational Therapy, Illinois Occupational Therapy License and EI Certification

9+ years, Adults: 2 years in SNF, evaluated and treated patients with CVAs, Parkinson's Disease, Cancer, Hip and Knee Replacements and generalized weakness. Pediatrics: 7 years in schools and outpatient clinics, evaluated and treated children from birth to 8th grade.

EI certified, Familiar with the Barthel ADL index, Stop and Go quick assessment tool, ESI-P, Peabody Language Test, Peabody Developmental Motor Test and VMI. Implemented Handwriting Without Tears programs.

Full-time, Monday-Friday, daytime hours

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Candidate 18274

Occupational Therapy

M.O.T. Occupational Therapy , B.S. Human Development and Family Studies, Illinois and Arizona Licensed

Outpatient pediatric experience for 1 year: included evaluation and treatment for children ranging from 2-15 years old. Diagnoses included Spina Bifida, Seizure Disorder, Developmental Delays, and Autism. Has experience as a Preschool teacher and Developmental Specialist. Familiar with IEPs.

Early Childhood experience, has incorporated Therapy Dogs into treatment.

Full-time, Day-time hours, Available after August 5th.

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Candidate O210

Occupational Therapy

B. S. Occupational Therapy Licensed: Illinois

25+ years Pediatrics: Evaluation and treatment of students early childhood thru High School. Caseloads from mild to involved diagnoses. Experience with assistive technologies and listening therapy.

Process of obtaining assistive technology certification Listening therapy certification Program Development

3 days per week, flexible Monday-Friday, daytime hours

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Candidate O211

Occupational Therapy

M. A. Occupational Therapy B. A. Journalism Licensed: Illinois

3 years Adults: Outpatient neurological & hand therapy 2 years Inpatient, sub acute, acute Pediatrics: ED classroom

Hand Therapy

Full-time, Monday-Friday, day time hours/early evenings, available within 30 days