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The AOTA exist to advance occupational therapy practice, education, and research through standard setting and advocacy on behalf of its members, the profession, and the public.
As an inclusive profession, occupational therapy maximizes health, well-being, and quality of life for all people, populations, and communities through effective solutions that facilitate participation in everyday living.
American Occupational Therapy Foundation
The American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF) is a 501(c)(3) charitable, scientific and educational organization founded in 1965. It serves the public interest by supporting occupational therapy research and increasing public understanding of the important relationship between everyday activities (occupations) and health. It accomplishes its aims primarily through grants and scholarships, through programs, and through publications.
Florida Occupational Therapy Association
FOTA partners with its members, clients and the communities it serves in supporting practice, education and advocacy based on science and evidence. FOTA represents occupational therapy practitioners in promoting best practice and in meeting the occupational needs of consumers and the community.
World Federation of Occupational Therapist
Why we’re here:
To make lives fit for living.
To enable engaged, meaningful lives, for everyone by encouraging occupational therapy excellence.