Official documents and professional policies are approved by the AOTA Representative Assembly and undergo scheduled review and approval by the Representative Assembly Coordinating Committee (RACC). These documents are used by the Association and its membership to guide education, practice, advocacy, and policy on behalf of the profession. The documents are a valuable resource for occupational therapy practitioners and provide a solid grounding in the profession for students, consumers, and external stakeholders.

Items in bold are new for 2022 and are available in this supplement to the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Official documents are periodically reviewed, and documents may be superseded by newer versions or rescinded. A complete list of the most current documents is available at

Guidance documents provide comprehensive perspective and guidance on topics that shape advancement of the profession and its future direction.

  • ▪ Guidelines for Documentation of Occupational Therapy (2018)

  • ▪ Guidelines for Occupational...

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