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Physical Therapist job description
Participates as a member of the educational team that assesses student performance in the areas of disability; develops assessment reports; identifies student abilities within education, developmental or functional parameters; develops goals and objectives for consideration in the individualized education program (IEP) team meeting; develops individual physical therapy plans; and maintains appropriate documentation and reports
Assesses student performance in activities that are meaningful, curriculum oriented, and applicable to daily life routines.
Identifies student abilities and educational, development, or functional needs with the IEP team and develop long and short-term goals and objectives.
Develops a therapy intervention plan that supports the IEP goals, objective/outcomes and implement this plan in appropriate settings and curricula.
Coordinates the implementation of goals/outcomes with the IEP team.
Document findings, actions taken, and/or recommendations made regarding areas of service and maintain records as required by the Department and identified by program needs
Assists in the development of student transition plans, programs, and goals.
Develops and implements training opportunities and inservices for educational staff, parents and administrators.
Responds to emergency situations involving students and student behavior on a routine basis.
Must demonstrate attendance sufficient t o complete the duties of the position as required.
Perform related duties similar to the above in scope and function as required
Plan, organize, and conduct a physical therapy program for neuromuscular and/or orthopedically involved children.
Respond to questions, inquiries, and complaints from parents, students, teachers, and representatives from other school districts.
Explain processes and procedures as they apply to the physical therapy program.
Plan and perform physical therapy treatments.
Support staff efforts to include physical therapy techniques in the classroom setting.
Work with students, parents, staff, and community agencies.
Establish processes and procedures as they apply to the physical therapy program.
Communicate effectively in English in oral and written forms.
Prepare reports and keep case records.
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
One year of recent, full-time equivalent, supervised experience in physical therapy with severe and physical disabilities.
License or Certificate:
Must possess a current license from the Board of Medical Quality Assurance of the State of California and meet the educational standards of the Physical Therapy Examining Committee
Physical therapy techniques commonly used with the severely and physically disabled.
Physical Therapist continued
Knowledge of (cont.):
Neuromuscular function and dysfunction, kinesiology, the modalities, skeletal anatomy, basic pathology involved in neuromuscular and/or orthopedic handicaps, and the objective of physical therapy treatment for physically handicapped children.
Physical and psychological problems of the severely and physically disabled population and their families, and normal growth and development of children.