About OSOT

The Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT) is the voluntary provincial professional association of Ontario's occupational therapists. With focus in the areas of Member Services, Government Relations, Professional Promotion, Professional Development and Practice Support, the Society serves and represents the interests of members and promotes the profession of occupational therapy in the province of Ontario.

OSOT is currently a membership of over 4,300 occupational therapists, students of occupational therapy and others who seek to associate with the profession. From its early roots in 1921, as the first occupational therapy organization in Canada, OSOT has provided professional leadership to the growing profession throughout its history in Canada. 

Now over 90 years strong, OSOT is a member focused and driven organization.  The Society’s strategic plans, goals and objectives are directed to ensure that services meet members' evolving needs and that advocacy and representation effectively position the profession of occupational therapy in Ontario's evolving health system, ensuring that OSOT is leading by providing vision, voice, visibility and value for Ontario occupational therapists!