April is Occupational Therapy Month – OE looks to hire OTs

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Occupational therapy works to refine motor skills, adaptive skills and sensory motor development, and teaches families the importance of sensory processing for a child.

Through Indiana’s Early Intervention program, First Steps, therapists from All About Kids offer therapeutic services for children in the family’s home or the AAK’s center located at 3101 Evans Ave. in Valparaiso.

Elizabeth Rieth, Director of Youth Services for OE is a licensed physical therapist, and has been a director for OE’s All About Kids since Aug. 2014. She has been in the field of working with children with disabilities for more than 30 years. Currently, Rieth oversees a department of ten therapists, including OTs and COTAs.

“All About Kids is expanding and growing. Our services impact families, children, and young adults in our community. I am so honored to work among passionate and dedicated therapists. We are seeking occupational therapists to join our team and help change lives. Come in for a tour and see if OE is the right place for you,” Rieth said.

For more information regarding OE’s All About Kids program, and its growing clinic services, contact Director of Youth Services, Elizabeth Rieth at elizabeth.rieth@oppent.org or call 219-462-0786, or visit www.oppent.org.

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