North Africa

Occupational Therapist

We are in need of an OT to assist local workers in North Africa(local untrained 'Therapists') to better understand the needs of the handicapped child regarding the stimulation of their senses. This would involve evaluating treatment that each child receives and making necessary modifications as well as assisting the local untrained PT to work out goals for each child and help the parents better understand the needs of their child.

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Requirements

- French or Arabic language would be a preference but if not possible, translation will be provided.

- Appropriate certification/degree required.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

1-2 Years

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