Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists


OSOT submits to FSCO Consultation on 3 Year Review of Auto Insurance
View OSOT’s submission

Development of National Model of Care for Low Back Pain
Ensure an OT perspective is heard - participate in free consultation webina...

Consider a nomination for the April 30, 2014 deadline.

Call for OT Input to National Model of Care for Low Back Pain
Ensure an OT voice is heard - participate in a teleconference!

OSOT Conference 2014: Call for Abstracts
Call for Workshop and Poster Presentation Proposals

OSOT Research Fund - Call for Applications for 2014 Grants Competition
Application deadline May 1, 2014

OSOT Honours 2013 Student Award Recipients
Meet our recipients!

Happy New Year!
New Year Resolutions every Ontario OT should consider!

Amendments to Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule
Be prepared for implementation February 1, 2014

FSCO undertakes 3 year Review of Ontario's Auto Insurance System
Assist OSOT to represent an OT perspective to this review

Assuring Access to OT Services in Long-Term Care Homes
Participate in OSOT's MPP Lobby!

Psychotherapy Webinar Series
Take advantage of these upcoming professional development opportunities!

Update on PT Funding Reform
What happened at Judicial Review of MOHLTC decision to de-list DPCs

10 things every OT should be thinking about.....

Physiotherapy Funding Reform
A backgrounder & implications for OT

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Last updated Sunday, April 13, 2014

Welcome to the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT), the provincial professional association of occupational therapists living and/or working in Ontario. OSOT represents, promotes and serves its members to assist them to best meet the needs of the clients they serve and to experience satisfying and valued roles in the province's health care system. Over 3,500 members strong, OSOT plays important roles in shaping the practice of occupational therapy in the province and shares the voice of occupational therapists to the public, government and other stakeholders.

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