AOTA Classification Codes and Categories
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AOTA continuing education is developed to support practitioners and is an integration of concepts, theories, and applications. In order to guide therapists towards obtaining a robust education, they have developed AOTA Classification Codes. The AOTA classifies occupational therapy CE activities into three categories:
- Domain of OT
- Occupational Therapy Process
- Professional Issues
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