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  1. AOTA
    • American Occupational Therapy Association
    • -advocates & supports OTs
  2. AOTF
    • American Occupational Therapy Foundation
    • charitable, takes donations for research, awareness, education, etc.
  3. ACOTE
    • Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education
    • accredits OT schools
  4. NBCOT
    • National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
    • Exam to become Registered OTR
  5. OTAC
    • Occupational Therapy Association of California
    • advocates & supports OTs in California
  6. CFOT
    • California Foundation for Occupational Therapy
    • charitable, research, etc
  7. CBOT
    • California Board of Occupational Therapy
    • gives you your license to practice in California OTR/L
  8. Healthy People 2020
    American-establishes goals to reduce health threats
  9. WHO
    • World Health Organization
    • leadership in global health matters
    • ICD (international classification of diseases)
  10. Evidence Based Practice
    • Using the best evidence available from strong scientific research to treat clients. (usually will involve clinical trails and quantitative
    • data)
  11. Occupational Therapy
    A health profession that aims to help people with and w/out disabilities find and maintain balance, fulfillment and independence in their lives through occupations.
  12. Client-Centered
    • Focus on the client's individual and unique needs, collaborating with client to create plans and goals for recovery.
    • Seeing each client as different and treating them as a whole person rather than simply concentrating on their condition.
  13. Occupation-Centered Practice
    • Focus on the meaning and value of occupations. 
    • Why & when is an occupation used, how is it used.
  14. Health Promotion
    Preventing illness/disability and promoting wellness
  15. Occupation
    Any activity that has form, function and brings meaning to a person's life.
  16. Beneficence
    Doing good, maximizing benefits
  17. Nonmalefience
    Avoiding harm, not doing bad
  18. Autonomy & Confidentiality
    • Free will, self-determination & respect for individuality (ex: client refuses services)
    • Protecting private information, getting consent for research.
  19. Procedural Justice
    • Compliance with laws, rules & association policies
    • Following the Code of Ethics
  20. Duty
    • Awareness of professional standards
    • Maintaining credentials
    • Continued competency
  21. Veracity
    • Truthful & honest
    • Accurately represent services and disclose information
  22. Fidelity
    • Integrity & Fairness
    • Treat people well, fair & with respect
    • Protect rights of others
  23. What are the OT Domains?
    • Areas of Occupation
    • Client Factors
    • Performance Skills
    • Performance Patterns
    • Context/Environment
    • Activity Demands
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2013-10-01 03:10:20

Midterm #1
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