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Connecticut Occupational Therapy Definitions 

The Connecticut occupational therapy legal and regulatory definitions. 

“Commissioner” - The Commissioner of Public Health.

“Department” - The Connecticut Department of Public Health.

“Occupational Therapy” - The evaluation, planning, and implementation of a program of purposeful activities to develop or maintain adaptive skills necessary to achieve the maximal physical and mental functioning of the individual in his daily pursuits.

“Occupational Therapist” - A person licensed to practice occupational therapy as defined in this chapter and whose license is in good standing.

“Occupational Therapy Assistant” - A person licensed to assist in the practice of occupational therapy, under the supervision of or with the consultation of a licensed occupational therapist, and whose license is in good standing.


Conn. Gen. Stat. 376a-20-74a

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