This is the first in a series of article addressing critical issues facing the profession. Those issues are presented to inform members of their complexity and to provide members with specific actions they can take to support the continued strengthening of the role of occupational therapy in health and education. This article was prepared by Jane D. Davy, OTR, and Mary Peters, M.S., OTR, Government and Legal Affairs Division, The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
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