One hypothesis, generated prior to the start of the study, was that the inclusion of religious observance in the OTPF may have resulted in reconsideration of this occupation in a therapist's personal practice, resulting in an increased number of therapists addressing religious observance as an occupation in practice.
While the OTPF has provided the profession with tacit encouragement to address the issue of religious observance with clients, this encouragement does not seem to be translating into practice.
Finally, limiting inclusion to members of the AOTA could have led to increased familiarity regarding the inclusion of religious observance in the OTPF that non-member occupational therapists may not have.
2010; Rosenberg & Bart, 2015) is a parent-completed questionnaire constructed according to the OTPF classification system and designed to measure the participation of preschool children aged 4 to 6 years (Rosenberg et al.
68), which is in agreement with the theoretical categorization of ADL into BADL, IADL, and PLAY as formulated in the OTPF (AOTA, 2002).