American Occupational Therapy Association
- responsible for writing, revising, and enforcing the OT code of Ethics
"...responsible for guiding and developing occupational therapy's standards and code of ethics and for defining the profession's scope of practice" (Brayman, 2009, pg. 231).
-Began in 1917 as NSPOT and changed to AOTA in 1927
-Includes OT's, COTA's, and OT students