Abstract

Throughout the course of their careers, occupational therapy practitioners will encounter many ethical dilemmas as a part of service provision to disabled people. This article illustrates how disability ethics can strengthen the application of the Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics in practice. To maintain the integrity of the occupational therapy profession, it is critical that practitioners integrate concepts of disability ethics into the profession so their practice will promote environments in which disabled people will flourish.

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