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Our district is focused on equity and inclusion. Come join a dynamic team and growing district! Duties and Responsibilities * Support children's participation and occupational performance across educational settings in which they participate through assessment, collaboration, environmental modifications, planning and implementing of interventions; * Work with the educational team to evaluate a student's abilities and determine the need for intervention services; * Select appropriate evaluation tools, evaluate students, interpret findings and report results; * Plan appropriate educational programs through the development of the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP) with other members of the IEP team; * Implement service delivery for assigned students based on goals, objectives, and designated time as determined by the IEP team, in the least restrictive environment; * Make scheduling decisions for service delivery based on individual student and school needs and work in collaboration with COTA on developing therapy schedules; * Comply with special education rules/regulations as they pertain to the role of occupational therapy in prereferral, referral, assessment, IEP development, and service delivery; * Develop and use systematic methods for collecting relevant data to support student outcomes and follow established documentation guidelines; * Develop intervention plans based on results of occupational therapy evaluation and IEP meeting; * Implement and evaluate evidence-based approaches that support success across school environments; * Participate in district in-services or professional development opportunities, including student support services trainings; participate in building case study teams and departmental meetings as appropriate; * Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned; * Supervise Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L), under the guidelines of AOTA and state regulations. Training and knowledge desired: * Demonstrate understanding of IDEA, Washington state laws, and educational philosophies; * Ability to work collaboratively with educational teams to modify environment, develop and monitor programs, provide appropriate service delivery, and advocate on behalf of students needs; * Wo
Area: Seattle ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
Our district is focused on equity and inclusion. Come join a dynamic team and growing district! Duties and Responsibilities * Support children's participation and occupational performance across educational settings in which they participate through assessment, collaboration, environmental modifications, planning and implementing of interventions; * Work with the educational team to evaluate a student's abilities and determine the need for intervention services; * Select appropriate evaluation tools, evaluate students, interpret findings and report results; * Plan appropriate educational programs through the development of the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP) with other members of the IEP team; * Implement service delivery for assigned students based on goals, objectives, and designated time as determined by the IEP team, in the least restrictive environment; * Make scheduling decisions for service delivery based on individual student and school needs and work in collaboration with COTA on developing therapy schedules; * Comply with special education rules/regulations as they pertain to the role of occupational therapy in prereferral, referral, assessment, IEP development, and service delivery; * Develop and use systematic methods for collecting relevant data to support student outcomes and follow established documentation guidelines; * Develop intervention plans based on results of occupational therapy evaluation and IEP meeting; * Implement and evaluate evidence-based approaches that support success across school environments; * Participate in district in-services or professional development opportunities, including student support services trainings; participate in building case study teams and departmental meetings as appropriate; * Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned; * Supervise Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L), under the guidelines of AOTA and state regulations. Training and knowledge desired: * Demonstrate understanding of IDEA, Washington state laws, and educational philosophies; * Ability to work collaboratively with educational teams to modify environment, develop and monitor programs, provide appropriate service delivery, and advocate on behalf of students needs; * Wo
Area: Seattle ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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