What is an Occupational Therapist?


An Occupational Therapist, also known as an OT, is a healthcare professional that specializes in helping clients with development challenges, participate in their everyday occupations.

MeBe’s Occupational Therapy services focus on building fundamental skills that enable children to complete daily activities, such as dressing, feeding, eating, playing, handwriting, and other necessities of childhood. Our goal is to help children learn to be more independent, joyful, and successful.

Occupational Therapists at MeBe work closely with the entire MeBe team to support the client and their family, through collaborations and consultations as well as co-treatment sessions. We view this as a vital part of the client experience and is a proven method for success toward client goals.

Qualifications for becoming an OT

  • Current OT state license
  • Registered or Certified with NBCOT: National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
  • CPR/BLS Certification
  • Experience working with pediatric population is preferred
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Experience using critical thinking skills and processes to arrive at objective, strategic, results-oriented decisions within the context of patient care and department, division and organizational priorities

Responsibilities of an OT

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  • Independently evaluate the functional ability of patients through the administration, interpretation of standardized tests, clinical observation, and patient/family interview
  • Work closely with the client and their family to determine meaningful and occupation-based treatment plans as well as educate the caregivers on important strategies to utilize in the child’s environments
  • Maintain patient records, documentation, and appropriate billing in accordance with federal and state regulations
  • Develop specific treatment plans to maximize the patient’s functional potential or return to previous level of functioning, based on clinical findings
  • Facilitate functional and play-based experiences to target and achieve individualized goals


CE allowance & Free CEUs offered in house

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Competitive annual salary

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Unlimited Monthly Bonus opportunities

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401k w/ match

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Health, dental and vision insurance

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Vacation + paid holidays and paid sick time

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Level 2 Fieldwork

Are you studying to become an Occupational Therapist and looking for a provider to complete your level 2 fieldwork?

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