CAOT


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CAOT

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (a professional society for promoting occupational therapy through education, research, certification programs, and standards of practice).
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Stable Origination, Underwriting and Servicing: Fitch believes CAF to be a capable originator, underwriter and servicer for CAOT 2016-2.
Thus, the key components of client-centered practice include a partnership between client and therapist, explicit regard for client strengths and occupational needs, and an active listening approach to develop an understanding of these needs (Bright et al., 2012; CAOT, 1997; Hammell, 2013; Law, 1995).
In addition, the application of a client-centered approach to management of concussion and associated symptoms allows the therapist and client to develop a collaborative approach to treatment as emphasized by Law (1995) and the CAOT (1997).
In recent years, the occupational therapy profession in Canada has experienced challenges to offering and securing fieldwork opportunities because of several factors evolving in the profession in Canada (CAOT, 2012a).
The participants were recruited through convenience sampling using the CAOT list serve.
Questions about roles and skills were chosen based on the 2012 Profile of Practice of Occupational Therapists in Canada (CAOT, 2012b).
The CAOT was contacted to provide a list serve of their members who had indicated in their annual memberships that they would be interested in participating in research studies.
The results of this study lend support to inclusion of pain and sleep HL strategies for clients across the lifespan in future revisions to the CAOT and World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) guidelines for curriculum content and clinical practice.
CAOT Position Statement: Health and Literacy (2006).
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy (CAOT) both have position papers that identify and support OT's role in PC, but evidence of specific patient outcomes is lacking (AOTA, 2014; CAOT, 2013).
CAOT position statement: Occupational therapy in primary care.