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COTA

Location:
Albany, GA
Posted:
December 16, 2019

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Judith N. Keaton

Address: *** ********** **. ****** ** 31707 Mobile: 229-***-**** Email: ada25m@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To provide skilled services, care, dignity, and compassion to patients using the skills and

experience I have obtained as a Certified Occupation Therapist Assistant.

Education

Darton State College, Albany GA

August 2012-December 2016

Major: Occupational Therapy Assistant, GPA: 3.76

Valdosta High School Class of 2014 GPA: 3.70

Dual Enrollment Student at Georgia Military College, Moody Airforce Base Valdosta GA May 2014- July 2014 GPA: 3.70

Albany State University, Albany GA Major: Health and Human Performance

2018-current

Experience

3 Level I Clinical Rotations: Florida State Hospital (Chattahoochee, FL), Valdosta Pediatric Services (Valdosta, GA), and Albany Hand Therapy (Albany, GA)

2 Level II Clinical Rotations: Mitchell Co. Hospital (Camilla GA) and Valdosta Pediatric Services (Valdosta, GA)

40+ observation hours at Vald0sta Pediatric Services (Valdosta, GA) and Cook Senior Living Center (Adel, GA)

Employment

Fort Gaines Health and Rehab November 2017 – current

Bainbridge Health and Rehab February 2018 – current

Both Fort Gaines Health and Rehab and Bainbridge Health and Rehab are facilities where I work Per Diem as COTA in a nursing home facility where patients are short-term, long-term, and outpatient rehabilitation. I treat patients/clients that needs skilled services by implementing patients/client goals in order for patients/clients to return to their prior level of function and to regain their independence. Skilled Interventions consist of patient/Client education, caregiver education, safety training, self-care training, functional mobility training, neurological training, and balance/coordination training

John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital December 11, 2017 – 2018

Treating patients in acute rehabilitation and inpatient rehabilitation in hospital, swing bed, and nursing home facilities in order for patients to return to prior level of function and regain their independence. Skilled Interventions consist of patient/caregiver education, safety training, self-care training, functional mobility training, neurological training, and balance/coordination training.

References

Amber Champion, PTA

Therapy Program Manager

334-***-****

Tonya Curles, COTA/L, MEd

Program Director, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program

229-***-****

Rufus McDuffie

Assistant Principal, Basketball Coach

478-***-****

Ashley Maxwell, OTR

Occupational Therapist

Clinical Instructor

229-***-****



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