Traveling occupational therapist jobs allow you to experience the best of both worlds – a rewarding profession that fuels your desire to travel and offers lucrative financial rewards. Travel OT jobs with Med Travelers earn competitive pay between $1,600 and $2,200 per week on top of day-one benefits! Your journey starts here, combine your passion for occupational therapy and your thrill for travel today!
(*Disclaimer: OT travel job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.)
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Occupational therapy travel jobs focus on enhancing people’s ability to engage in meaningful activities or occupations, that are essential to their daily routines. As a traveling occupational therapist you get to expand your horizons, discover new environments, gain skills, and find new inspiration in every destination.
Job Requirements for a Traveling Occupational Therapist
Obtains master’s or doctorate degree in Occupational Therapy studies
Teaches patients, suffering from different medical conditions, techniques to accomplish various lifestyle tasks, such as dressing and walking
Creates treatment plan for patient, including helpful at-home exercises related to pain-relief
Monitors and submit reports detailing patient’s treatment progress
Surveys patient’s home and office to identify potential hazards and recommend improvements, such as installing a walking ramp or adding accessibility features to shower
Offering more than 100,000 square miles of snow-capped mountains, waterfalls and rock formations, Colorado is the perfect location for outdoor adventuring, and for building a lucrative career in almost every allied discipline offered.
Set your sights on the Evergreen State and experience lush greenery, beautiful coastlines and some of the best local coffee shops in the country. Med Travelers has openings for many allied health specialties in Washington state, so you can get a chance to soak in the scenery and see a new part of the country — all while doing what you love.
Deciding your next step after graduation is an important crossroads in your therapy career. To help you make an informed decision, we’ve compiled six reasons travel therapy can spell success for new grad PTs and OTs
For nearly 40 years, occupational therapists (OTs) have worked on the front lines of healthcare to help those with substance abuse problems overcome addiction’s powerful hold and resume productive, fulfilling lives. Over this timeframe both the treatment approaches for addiction and the role of occupational therapists have expanded and evolved