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Kansas OT Scope of Practice
How is occupational therapy defined in Kansas?
“Practice of occupational therapy” means the therapeutic use of purposeful and meaningful occupations (goal-directed activities) to evaluate and treat, pursuant to the referral, supervision, order or direction of a physician, a licensed podiatrist, a licensed dentist, a licensed physician assistant, or a licensed advanced practice registered nurse working pursuant to the order or direction of a person licensed to practice medicine and surgery, a licensed chiropractor, or a licensed optometrist, individuals who have a disease or disorder, impairment, activity limitation or participation restriction that interferes with their ability to function independently in daily life roles and to promote health and wellness.
Occupational Therapy Intervention
Occupational therapy intervention may include:
What is included in the practice of occupational therapy?
“Occupational therapy services” include, but are not limited to:
What is specifically excluded from the practice?
Are there any special trainings or requirements?
Kan. Stat. Ann. § 65-5402