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American Occupational Therapy Association

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the professional association for occupational therapists. The bylaws of the AOTA identify its purpose as “acting as an advocate for occupational therapy in order to enhance the health of the public in its medical, community, and educational environments through research, education, action, service, and the establishment and enforcement of standards.” The address of the American Occupational Therapy Association is 4720 Montgomery Lane, P.O. Box 31220, Bethesda MD 20824-1220.

American Occupational Therapy Association

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AOTA

A national professional organization concerned with establishing and promoting education, research, and standards of practice for occupational therapy. The Web site is www.aota.org
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The AOTA annual conference discussion in 1997 revolved around the question of what the possibilities were for online education to the profession.
The OT in neonatology, a participant of the interdisciplinary Group (17,18), is guided, as it was already announced, by the standards determined by the WHO1, AOTA (60), and those proposed by Adrados (61) and Vergara et al (62).
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Through patient assessments, occupational therapists identify strengths and impairments and determine patients' ability to complete daily activities, as well as how these activities affect their health (AOTA, 2010a).
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Therapy organizations such as the APTA and the AOTA have shown strong support for the bill, emphasizing the need to recognize the legitimacy of ongoing therapies to maintain residents' activities of daily living.
In collaboration with the school district, AOTA has developed the Beauty of Bronze program in which every fifth-grader has a chance to tour part of the community sculpture display and then hear from an artist before creating their own individual bronze sculptures that are theirs to keep.
(AOTA) defines occupational therapists as health care professionals who assist individuals or groups with everyday life activities (occupations) for the purpose of participation in roles and situations in home, school, workplace, community and other settings.
According to the AOTA, one-third of occupational therapists work with seniors.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Standards of Practice define transition as a "process, including actions, designed to prepare or facilitate change from one functional level to another, from one life stage to another, from one program to another, or from one environment to another" (2000, p.
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You might also consider having your driving skills evaluated: Driver rehabilitation specialists can be found through the American Occupational Therapy Association (aota.org/olderdriver) or the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (www.driver-ed.org), or by calling a local hospital or rehabilitation facility for a referral to an occupational therapist who has expertise in assessing driving skills.