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OT Practice 26(1) (January 2021)

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American Occupational Therapy Association
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Abstract

Although physical distancing is a critical part of the worldwide response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the health crisis has only strengthened the occupational therapy profession’s commitment to bringing people together, as highlighted in a number of the community-focused articles in this issue.

Occupational therapy's strong commitment to community will be a cornerstone of AOTA’s INSPIRE 2021, a month-long, multidimensional learning and engagement opportunity. Throughout April (OT Month!), INSPIRE 2021 will bring together the wisdom and energy of the profession to build stronger ties than ever for embracing the possibilities and meeting new challenges.

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OT Practice 26(1) (January 2021)

Author(s): American Occupational Therapy Association
Abstract:

Although physical distancing is a critical part of the worldwide response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the health crisis has only strengthened the occupational therapy profession’s commitment to bringing people together, as highlighted in a number of the community-focused articles in this issue.

Occupational therapy's strong commitment to community will be a cornerstone of AOTA’s INSPIRE 2021, a month-long, multidimensional learning and engagement opportunity. Throughout April (OT Month!), INSPIRE 2021 will bring together the wisdom and energy of the profession to build stronger ties than ever for embracing the possibilities and meeting new challenges.

BISAC: MED003050
Published: January 2021
Publisher: American Occupational Therapy Association
Language: English

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