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Indiana Occupational Therapy Orders and Referrals
An occupational therapist may not provide occupational therapy services to a person until the person has been referred to the occupational therapist by, or the occupational therapist is acting on the order of, one (1) of the following:
The occupational therapist shall report to the practitioner as specified by the practitioner who provided the referral or order. However, if the practitioner does not specify a reporting requirement, the occupational therapist shall report to the practitioner upon completion or termination of occupational therapy services.
An occupational therapist may provide the following services without a referral from a physician: