OSOT Responds to COTO Consultation on Proposed Amendments to Code of Ethics and Standards for Occupational Therapist Assessment

The College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario extended consultation to all registrants on 2 draft documents this summer:

OSOT responded to each consultation.  View Society responses:

Implications for Occupational Therapists
Participation in the self regulatory model of health professional regulation is an important responsibility of registered occupational therapists.  The Society has encouraged members to participate actively in the review of standards of practice to which they will be held accountable and the Code of Ethics which is foundational to the principles of regulated occupational therapy practice.