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Occupational Therapist Interview Questions

"Employers hiring occupational therapists are looking for candidates who have the knowledge, patience, and teaching abilities to assist injured and disabled patients in performing everyday tasks. In an interview, come ready to discuss your knowledge of therapy techniques and practices as well as your experience handling different kinds of patient demographics. All therapists are required to be licensed by the NBCOT, and many choose to pursue a master's degree in occupational therapy as well."

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What type of experience do you have in working with children who have special needs?

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I have 5 years’ experience working with special needs children at the last clinic I worked at. Their disabilities ranged from physical to mental to emotional

What is one of your accomplishments with a patient?

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What are sternal precautions?

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How would you handle difficult patients

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What was your most difficult parent dealing?

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The interview was more conversational than question/answer.

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How do you handle a difficult patient?

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what experience did I have with autism

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Would I be willing to travel and cover other sites if they need coverage.

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What kind of function and sensation would you expect from A patient with a C6 spinal cordi injury.

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