C-26, r. 113.01 - Code of ethics of occupational therapists

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62. Occupational therapists must allow their clients:
(1)  to have any information that is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous, outdated or unjustified in any document concerning them corrected or deleted;
(2)  to make written comments in the record concerning them.
Occupational therapists must respond promptly to such a request, at the latest within 30 days of its receipt. They may require that this request be made in writing.
Occupational therapists must forward to their clients, free of charge, a duly dated copy of the document or part of the document filed in their clients’ records so that the clients may verify that the information has been corrected or deleted, or, as the case may be, give the clients an attestation stating that the clients’ written comments have been entered in the record.
Occupational therapists must forward, free of charge, a copy of the corrected information or an attestation that the information was deleted or, as the case may be, that the written comments were filed in their record, to all persons who received information in the 6 preceding months and, where applicable, to the person who provided that information.
O.C. 342-2015, s. 62.