Welcome to the WA Occupational Therapy Association Inc – WAOTA  WA Division

As acting President of the WA Occupational Therapy Association, I would like to welcome you to our organisation’s website. Within this website you will find information regarding the profession of Occupational Therapy (OT), information for OT students and therapists, how to locate an OT in your area and also relevant information specific to members of the WA Occupational Therapy Association.

For Western Australian Registered Occupational Therapists, OT Support Staff and students, never before has there been a more beneficial time to join your professional association. This web site will give you an insight into the many benefits of becoming a member of the Association.

New features being added for use by Members include a personalised logging system for recording your Continuing Professional Development, access to Scientific Journals and Systematic Evidence Based Reviews through access to Proquest Nursing and Allied Health.

For more information or enquiries regarding how the Association can be of assistance to you, please Contact Us.

Sally Wojnar-Horton
Acting President
WA Occupational Therapy Association
WAOTA

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Research and Development Grants

If you have any grant information that would be of interest to the Association and it’s members, please forward to info@waota.com.au

For the latest information on WAOTA Research Grant click here.

For Invitations to Participate in Research click here

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Membership

Click here to join online.

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Overview of Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists are health professionals who are trained to assist people to overcome limitations caused by injury or illness, psychological or emotional difficulties, developmental delay or the effects of ageing. Occupational Therapists are trained to assess the physical and psychological aspects of illness and injury, and can therefore look at how the illness or injury affects an individual, in all aspects of their life.  

An Occupational Therapist might treat you in a hospital, your home environment, or your workplace. Visit our “Find an OT” section on the right of this page for assistance with finding an Occupational Therapist in your area.  


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