• 03 Oct 2014 4:03 PM | Lindsay Larkin (Administrator)

     Little Keswick School. Inc.
    "Bringing Students’ Unique Potential to Light”
    Occupational Therapist   

    Little Keswick School, celebrating its 50th year, is a small private, therapeutic residential school, serving boys, ages 10-17 years old with learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, and developmental spectrum issues. Little Keswick School is a unique special-needs school that focuses on treating the whole individual. The school is located in central Virginia, six miles east of Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia and near the Blue Ridge Mountains.

    We are currently seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist starting October 20, 2014 for a 2-3 week period to provide services for 30 students with opportunity to continue in a part time role.  Candidates must be licensed and registered OTR.  Minimum certification at the graduate level is preferred. 

    Occupational Therapy is an essential, integrated component of the LKS program.  Our occupational therapist provides individual treatment, small group treatment, integrated, and group stress management. Sensory integration and a variety of O.T. techniques are used to promote an adequate neurological foundation for the development of functional skills. Stress Management/Relaxation group sessions provide instruction and practice for raising self-awareness and development of self-management abilities. Identified students typically benefit from one or two 45-minute individual sessions per week, and one group Stress Management/Relaxation class per week.  Identified students typically include those with aspects of Asperger’s Disorder or PDD-NOS, learning disabilities, ADHD, sensory processing disorders, dysgraphia, sensory defensiveness, Tourettes Syndrome, mood disorders, OCD, and other processing or functional compromises.

         Contact: Marc Columbus
          Little Keswick School
          P. O. Box 24
          Keswick, VA  22947   Phone (434) 295-0457  Fax (434) 977-1892

          Email:  mjcolumbus@littlekeswickschool.net 
          Web: www.littlekeswickschool.net
  • 24 Sep 2014 1:38 PM | Lindsay Larkin (Administrator)

    Occupational Therapist - OT


    Job Description

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provide skilled occupational therapy services/interventions in accordance with physician orders
    • Assess patient needs, plans for, evaluates and modifies care to meet goals of Occupational Therapy Interventions
    • Collaborates with all disciplines to plan and evaluate team goals for each patient
    • Instructs patient/family/caregivers on patient's total occupational therapy program
    • Advises, consults and instructs members of the multi-disciplinary team in specific occupational therapy modalities
    • Observes and reports patient progress and/or changes in patient status to physician and appropriate multi-disciplinary team members


    • ·         Current VA OT License
    • Graduated from a school of Occupational Therapy accredited with the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association preferred
    • Maintains certification through the American Occupational Therapy Certified Board preferred
    • Minimum of one (1) year experience in an acute care facility, outpatient setting, community health service or Home Health agency in the past two (2) years preferred 
    • Current BLS
    • Current Health Certificate per contract or state regulation 
    • Current PPD or chest x-ray
    • Successful completion of Cell Staff screening test with a score of 80% or greater
    • Must meet all of Cell Staff's pre-employment screening requirements 

    Please call 855-561-1715 or email recruit@cellstaff.com for immediate consideration. 

  • 15 Sep 2014 3:45 PM | Lindsay Larkin (Administrator)
    Job Description:



    • Active State of VA license or DOE certificate to practice.
    • Have either Field Work II experience in a school setting while a student or have worked in a school setting while practicing as an OT.
    • Be familiar with Medicaid billing, IDEA, IEP requirements, and be proficient in the use of a computer

    Scope of Work:

    • 30 Hours per week between 4 schools

     Job Duties:

    • Attend staffing, Individual Education Plan (IEP), and multidisciplinary team meetings as needed.
    • Provide the district with a record of evaluations, re-revaluations and Individual Education Plans (IEP).
    • Educationally relevant occupation therapy shall be provided in the student’s classroom when appropriate.
    • Participating with the District and parents in eligibility staffing and Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings.
    • Occupational Therapist must be designated to attend meetings with Exceptional Student Education personnel once every other month.
    • Occupational Therapist will conduct necessary evaluations of any student deemed necessary by the Pre-K team or the Child Find Specialist; will provide consultation to classroom teachers and parents. Occupational Therapist will act as a member of the Pre-Kindergarten Multidisciplinary team, upon request.
    • During the work-day, all work affiliated with conducting and completing evaluations, preparation, therapy, paperwork to complete eligibilities of re-evaluation, conference, encounter logs, and all other activities required to plan and provide appropriate therapy services is to be completed.

    Please call 855-561-1715 or email recruit@cellstaff.com for immediate consideration. 

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