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What is the best action for an OTA to take when being asked to treat a 5-year-old student with speech delays and gross motor delays by the student’s teacher?
A. Collaborate with OTR and set up a meeting
B. Evaluate the patient for occupational therapy
C. Refer the patient to the speech therapist
D. Refer the patient to the physical therapist

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A Collaborate with OTR and set up meeting

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A collaborate with the OTR because a COTA can not take upon themselves and most importantly we need a referral from the doctor

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Collaborate with OTR and set up a meeting

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