Occupational Therapist from Education Direct
|3,457||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$110.00/M|
|6 Month Buyers||+ $10.00/M|
|1 Month Buyers||+ $25.00/M|
|3 Month Buyers||+ $15.00/M|
The Occupational Therapist from Education Direct buyers list allows you to market to health care professionals who evaluate and provide treatment for students with neurological or orthopedic disabilities. Occupational therapists work in the elementary and secondary school systems and can be contacted by both direct mail and email at their school location. They have the purchasing power to buy supplies and equipment for their professional needs and student welfare.
Occupational therapists employed in the educational school system assist students afflicted with developmental or physical handicaps achieve academic success while at school. They provide training and treatment to ensure students are self-sufficient and can work independently with their class work. Occupational therapists help students improve basic motor functions, reasoning abilities, and show them how to compensate for permanent loss of function in their legs or arms. They assist children confined to a wheelchair, have spinal disorders, afflicted with ailments such as muscular dystrophy, amputees, and children recovering from an accident learn to be self-reliant and confident. These health care professionals provide range of motion exercises, strengthening exercises, and ergonomic equipment for their students. Occupational therapists use physical exercise equipment, hand-eye coordination activities, computers, software, wheel chairs, mobility aids, hot and cold therapy, blankets, disposable wear, hand sanitizers, hand soap, slings, and splints during the course of their duties. They also purchase laptops, computers, software, electronics, PDAs, paper, pencils, binders, notebooks, puppets, pens, stickers, stamps, nameplates, desktop organization supplies, folders, posters, bookcases, and storage bins. They buy related nursing apparel products such as scrubs, uniforms, slacks, blouses, shirts, footwear, and jackets to dress professionally for the position. Occupational therapists take continuing education classes to ensure they meet ongoing professional certification requirements in health care and occupational medicine. They hold Bachelor’s Degrees and Master Degrees and find employment in public schools, private schools, charter schools, elementary schools, middle schools, intermediate schools, junior high schools, high schools, boarding schools, military schools, parochial schools, prep schools, and non-state schools.
The Occupational Therapist from Education Direct is the ideal list for medical trade publications, electronics suppliers, software providers, mobility aid providers, hospital supply providers, physical therapy equipment providers, computer suppliers, medical office supply providers, continuing education providers, storage organization suppliers, and health and wellness providers.
|Level of Education||$20.00/M|
|Number of Employees||$10.00/M|
|State of License||$10.00/M|