OT core values

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Altruism
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the unselfish concern for the welfare of others (attitudes of commitment, caring, dedication, responsiveness, and understanding)
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dignity
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the importance of valuing the inherent worth and uniqueness of each person (attitude of empathy and respect for self and others)
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equality
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all individuals be perceived as having the same fundamental human rights and opportunities (attitude of fairness and impartiality)
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freedom
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allows the individual to exercise choice and to demonstrate independence, initiative, and self-direction.
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justice
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places value on the upholding of such moral and legal principles as fairness, equity, truthfulness, and objectivity
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prudence
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the ability to govern and discipline oneself through the use of reason. (make judgement, and respond on the basis of intelligent reflection and rational thought)
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truth
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be faithful to facts and reality. truthfulness or veracity is demonstrated by being accountable, honest, forthright, accurate, and authentic in our attitudes and actions.

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