MOS 68L/Occupational Therapy SPC Duty Descriptions

68L Occupational Therapy Sergeant
Serves as a Prevention Platoon Sergeant in a Combat and Operational Stress Control (COSC) Detachment; manages and coordinates Behavioral Health prevention outreach efforts, directs Behavioral Health classes and weekly briefings; assists in a wide range of psychological and social services. Senior 68L for the unit, assists Occupational Therapists in evaluation and rehabilitation of Soldier members to increase functional independence in Activities of Daily Living. Primarily responsible for the training, development, and welfare of two NCO and six Soldiers.


Occupational Therapy Specialist
Assists registered military occupational therapists; interviews patients and evaluates, tests, and develops treatment programs; teaches and assists patients in order to facilitate maximum recovery by decreasing physical and mental disabilities resulting from illness or trauma; prevents injury and promotes life-style modification to improve fitness.


Occupational Therapy Specialist
Serves as Senior 68L for the unit; assists Occupational Therapists in evaluation and rehabilitation of Soldiers to increase functional independence in Activities of Daily Living; primarily responsible for the training, development, and welfare of three Soldiers; counsels, mentors, directs, and trains Soldiers in rifle marksmanship, mental health training, as well as individual and team combat tactics.


Occupational Therapy Specialist
Evaluates patients and determines realistic fitness goals; develops intervention plans to improve the patient's ability to perform daily activities related to life or career; meets regularly with patients to perform exercises prescribed by the intervention plan; reviews patient progress to evaluate intervention plan effectiveness and identify areas needing improvement.



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