Director Occupational Therapy Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Director Occupational Therapy in United States

The average salary of a(n) Director Occupational Therapy in United States is $103,517.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Director Occupational Therapy in United States is $49.77.

The average bonus of a(n) Director Occupational Therapy in United States is $6,190.00.

Job Description:

Directs, plans, organizes, and coordinates subordinate staff and occupational therapy program in hospital, institution, or community setting to facilitate development and rehabilitation of mentally, physically, or emotionally disabled. Requires current licensure as an Occupational Therapist. Develops program involving activities, such as manual arts and crafts; practice in functional, prevocational, vocational, and homemaking skills, and activities of daily living; and participation in sensorimotor, educational, recreational, and social activities designed to help patients or disabled people develop or regain physical or mental functioning or adjust to disabilities. Consults with other members of rehabilitation team to select activity program consistent with needs and capabilities of individual and to coordinate occupational therapy with other therapeutic activities. Selects constructive activities suited to individual's physical capacity, intelligence level, and interest to upgrade individual to maximum independence, prepare individual for return to employment, assist in restoration of functions, and aid in adjustment to disability. Teaches individuals skills and techniques required for participation in activities and evaluates individual's progress. Designs and constructs special equipment for individual and suggests adaptation of individual's work-living environment. Requisitions supplies and equipment. May conduct training programs or participate in training medical and nursing students and other workers in occupational therapy techniques and objectives. Less

Directs, plans, organizes, and coordinates subordinate staff and occupational therapy program in hospital, institution, or community setting to facilitate development and rehabilitation of mentally, physically, or emotionally disabled. Requires current licensure as an Occupational Therapist. Develops program involving activities, such... More

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