This is Who We Are

Our mission is to promote the continued and competent practice of occupational therapy; to impact health care, legislative, and reimbursement communities as advocates for the consumer and the profession; and to be responsive to the needs of the membership by promoting professional education, communication, and monitoring trends in health care and in the community that affects the practice of occupational therapy.

Over 500 occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, and students training for OT professions are members of the NCOTA. Membership brings meeting and educational registration discounts, extensive education and networking opportunities, and helpful information and resources.


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