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Florida Occupational Therapy Supervision and Delegation

Members have full access to the material below and can email us with questions regarding any Florida occupational therapy compliance issue.  Please consider joining today if you need assistance.



    • What tasks can an aide perform?
    • What tasks are aides expressly prohibited from performing?
    • What are the responsibilities of the OT/OTA when delegating to an aide?
    • What level of supervision is required?
    • What is the ratio between supervising OTs and aides?
    • How do aides need to be identified in a clinical setting?


    • Which services are OTAs allowed to perform?
    • Are there specific services that OTAs are prohibited from practicing?
    • What level of supervision is required?
    • When does the supervising OT need to reevaluate/reassess a patient?
    • Does the supervising OT need to co-sign documentation created by the OTA?
    • What is the ratio between supervising OTs and OTAs?
    • How do OTAs need to be identified in a clinical setting?

Students and New Graduates

    • Can students practice in a clinical setting?
    • What level of supervision is required for student OTs and OTAs?
    • How must students identify themselves in a clinical setting?
    • What type of license/permit must new graduates receive before practicing?
    • Which tasks can be delegated to a new graduate?
    • What type of supervision is required for a temporary permit holder?

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