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Florida Occupational Therapy Laws and Rules

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1. Which is a true statement about the Florida Board of Occupational Therapy?

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2. Distinct from the Florida Board of Occupational Therapy, the purpose of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association includes:

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3. Which is not a correct statement about delegating tasks to an occupational therapy assistant (OTA) under Florida law? An occupational therapist:

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4. Which task is unlawful for an occupational therapist to delegate to an occupational therapy aide?

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5. A new occupational therapy assistant begins a job in a large urban hospital. This setting may require her to perform tasks or provide care beyond basic occupational therapy practice, such as using prescription devices. According to Florida rules for OTAs, this OTA:

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6. To renew a Florida occupational therapy or occupational therapy assistant license, the licensee must:

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7. An occupational therapist of eight years has forgotten to apply for her license renewal by the deadline. Which is the OT’s correct action?

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8. Which is not a stated purpose of disciplinary actions against occupational therapists who violate Florida laws governing their practice?

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9. Which is not one of the four elements that must be present for a successful claim of negligence?

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10. When an occupational therapist refuses to provide treatment based on a client’s sexual orientation, the therapist is violating which Core Value of the Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics?

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11. When an occupational therapist accepts a patient’s decision to refuse therapy that may improve the patient’s functional ability, the therapist is honoring the ethical principle of:


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