Elderly Care – Community Occupational Therapy

Community Occupational Therapist Job Description

Our OTs provide discharge planning for clients in hospital or rehab settings, attendant care assessments, community-based treatment to return clients to ADLs, cognitive assessment and treatment, case management services, OT Catastrophic Application Assessments, Case Management, Future Care Costs and Return to Work assessments.

We offer a clinical and SABS supportive work environment, competitive remuneration and the flexibility to manage your own work schedule and caseload.

We currently have openings for part-time Occupational Therapists.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Providing client assessment in a community setting based on presenting impairment, disability or handicap, using standardized assessment tools.
  • Designing a treatment plan using evidence based information, relevant best practice guidelines and clinical experience.
  • Actively engaging clients, families, other team members and caregivers to address client centered goals.
  • Linking clients/caregivers with appropriate community partners/services/agencies.
  • Evaluating and documenting the effectiveness of the intervention, client’s response and progress towards goal attainment.
  • Completing clinical records according to standards.
  • Communicating effectively with clients, families and referral sources, including team members and office staff.


  • Post-Secondary education in Occupational Therapy
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Valid driver’s license with access to a reliable vehicle as all work is community based
  • Computer skills
  • Critical thinking and decision making
  • Effective time management and organizational skills
  • Experience working under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) will be considered an asset.

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

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