Evaluate the patient’s physical and cognitive functions in self-care and activities of daily living, range of motion, and gross/fine motor coordination of upper extremities; establish and update treatment plans; and render direct therapy. In addition, he/she instructs and supervises assigned rehabilitation assistants and families in related follow-through techniques. Lastly, the Occupational Therapist serves as a consultant to other team members, assists with the establishment of interdisciplinary treatment goals and facilitates optimum achievement of those goals.