Are you looking for a career that gives you a work life balance and allows you to make an impact in someone else’s life? Does the work you do everyday matter to you? At Circle of Care Pediatric Home Health, the work our therapists do creates value in the homes of the children and families that we serve. You can make a difference every day. We are looking for a dedicated and passionate Occupational Therapist Assistant to join our team.

What makes us different?

  • Dedicated support from the corporate office, yes, even after hours.
  • The organization is run by a therapist, so we understand the challenges you go through.
  • Mentor program, whether you are a new grad, or an experienced Occupational Therapist Assistant we can pair you with an amazing therapist to help you succeed.
  • Flexible schedule, we understand that a work-life balance is important for our Occupational Therapist Assistants to give their absolute best.
  • Condensed caseload, let us know the areas you are willing to service.

Position Highlights:

  • Plans activities and provides occupational therapy services
  • Records type of treatment and patient’s reaction to it on clinical/progress notes, which are written on the day of the visit and incorporated in the patient’s record weekly.
  • Maintains adequate records on all patient’s, including summary reports
  • Utilizes community resources and Agency personnel for proper referral


  • Health Insurance 100% employer paid at base level for the employee
  • Dental and vision insurance
  • Therapy License Renewal reimbursement
  • $300 in annual CEU reimbursement
  • 5 PTO days a year
  • 401K



  • At least an associate’s degree
  • One (1) full year of supervised work experience preferred
  • Licensure or certification by the state of Texas as a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant.

Organizational Relationship:

The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant reports directly to the Supervising OTR.

Functional Abilities:

  • Read 12 point or larger type
  • Hear and speak in a manner understood by most people
  • Stoop and bend; must be able to lift and transfer patients
  • Must be able to operate motor vehicle and travel to prospective patient’s residences