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AUTUMN TRUJILLO

Murray, UT 84107

A UTUMN T RUJILLO Murray, UT 84107 C: 801-201-5179 atruji18@bruinmail.slcc.edu http://autumnotas.weebly.com P ROFESSIONAL S UMMARY As

C: 801-201-5179

A UTUMN T RUJILLO Murray, UT 84107 C: 801-201-5179 atruji18@bruinmail.slcc.edu http://autumnotas.weebly.com P ROFESSIONAL S UMMARY As

atruji18@bruinmail.slcc.edu

http://autumnotas.weebly.com PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

As a new grad I am excited to use the knowledge and skills I have attained to become a dedicated occupational therapy assistant. A rehab setting for physical dysfunction in a hospital or a skilled nursing facility would be my ideal work setting to utilize meaningful occupation based treatments for clients in their recovery process.

SKILLS

  • Patient-focused therapy

  • ADL / IADL techniques

  • Physical agent modalities

  • Wheelchair transfers

  • Knowledge of anatomy and muscle function

  • Efficient SOAP note writing

  • E-Stim

  • Group activities

  • Sensory processing

  • Individualized treatment plans

  • Knowledge of various assessments

  • Frames of Reference and Models of Practice

  • Adaptive to changing environments

  • Trained in motor and cognitive skills therapy

CERTIFICATIONS

  • NBCOT Certified (May 2015)

  • CPR / AED / Life Skills

EDUCATION

Associate of Science: Occupational Therapy Assistant, May, 2015 Salt Lake Community College - West Jordan, UT

Medical Assistant: 2009 Everest College - West Valley City, UT

FIELDWORK EXPERIENCE

Level I Fieldwork Experience

IHC Rehab - Physical Dysfunction Semester - Fall 2013

  • Evaluated and treated a wide range of conditions, including chronic and acute pain, hip replacements, arthritis, traumatic brain injuries and stroke Hartvigsen School - Pediatrics Semester - Spring 2014

  • Treated children aged elementary to high school with developmental delays, perceptual and sensory deficits in improving activities of daily living Work Activity Center - Psychosocial Semester - Fall 2014

    • Evaluated and assessed implementation of occupational therapy practices to improve daily activities for mental health patients in an outpatient setting

Level II Fieldwork Experience

University of Utah - 8 week rotation - Spring 2015 Avalon West - 8 week rotation - Spring 2015

WORK HISTORY

Server, 05/2014 to Current The Porcupine Pub & Grill Salt Lake City, UT

  • Served food and drinks, memorizing daily specials and multi-tasked while providing excellent customer service.

Medical Assistant / Technician, 05/2013 to 08/2014 Mountain West Endoscopy Center Cottonwood Heights, UT

  • Patient care in both pre and post procedure areas including; vital signs, charting and providing proper documentation regarding diagnosis.

  • Technician duties during procedures including; assisting doctors with equipment, biopsies, tests and specific protocols.

  • Sanitizing rooms and delicate surgical equipment before and after procedures.

  • Front office duties including insurance submission, client chart preparation and documentation.

Clinical Assistant, 05/2011 to 02/2013 Premier Research Murray, UT

  • Conducted research protocols in a manner that ensures quality, accuracy and patient safety.

  • Recruited and screened patients for clinical research studies.

  • Assisted in performing appropriate research protocol procedures which may include, but are not limited to; vital signs, pregnancy tests, blood collection and processing, EKG's, alcohol breath tests, pain assessments and medical histories.

  • Assisted in recording and maintaining precise progress notes and source documents.

  • Witness dosing and assistance with patient care on two major studies.

Administrative Office Manager, Sunroc Building Materials, Inc

  • Performed a variety of administrative and managerial duties including; customer invoices, accounts payable & accounts receivable, purchase order and vendor payments.

  • Scheduled insulation and garage door installation appointments with customers.

  • Arranged company meetings and luncheons.

  • Developed training for new employees.

EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

Academic Achievements

Dean's List - Fall 2013 & Spring 2014

President's List - Fall 2014

Service Learning Projects

Cognitive Magnet Activity

Lycra Tunnel

Sensory Bin

SOTA CLUB

Program Advisory Committee Representative Service projects each semester including; House of Hope donations

Fundraiser for a fellow teacher's cancer fund Fundraiser to assist in purchasing an Action Trackchair