OTASA (The Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa) is a non-profit professional organisation representing the interests of occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants across South Africa.
Our main goal is to further the practice of Occupational Therapy, and we take pride in representing the profession.
OTASA is furthermore dedicated to the advancement of the occupational therapy profession and the improvement of services to the consumer. More
Call for abstracts now open
→ www.otasacongress.co.za for more information.
Helen Buchanan (OTASA President): Listen to the interview
Click to download a video with music for marketing.
HPCSA Annual fee of R1342 for 2016/17 is due by
1 April 2016
You need to be an OTASA member to visit the member area
To join OTASA click here for application guidelines
The combined research database is now available on the members platform.
Click on the tab "Research Data Base" on the left of the landing page.
Only for OTASA/SAISI/ INSTOPP members:
Click to download ONLINE WORKSHOP links and SMS registrations
Registration via cell
Please contact El-lerisa should you experience difficulties registering:
012 362 5457 / email@example.com
Click here to register for OTASA CPD on-line.
Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa
Tel: + 27 (0)12 362 5457
Fax: + 27 (0)86 651 5438
Corner of Stanza Bopabe and Richard Streets
Hatfield Bridge, 1A
PO Box 11695, Hatfield, 0028, South Africa
Click to download OTASA
Section 51 Manual
[Promotion of Access to Information Act]
Download the WFOT CBR statement from: www.wfot.org
> Resource Centre
> Position Statements
> Community Based Rehabilitation
Please note: downloads are subject to the permission granted by WFOT to OTASA
View the permission agreement
OTASA members may now track email communication sent by the OT Office on the "Members Only" platform - on the "Office Communication" tab.
Download the 2016 calendar
published by the National Department of Health
Well established Private Paediatric OT Practice for sale in central Drakensberg (Winterton).
Produced by the Department of Occupational Science and Therapy at Auckland University of Technology.
March 2016 Issue
The December 2015 issue of Focus is now available on the Members Platform Under "Publications"
The December 2015 issue of SAJOT - the first "on-line only edition" - is available on the Members Platform > Publications
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Reflection on the recent events within Higher Education in South Africa – what should the OT profession be doing to address issues of social inequality and injustice?
Please email your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "Reflection on the recent events within Higher Education in South Africa"
PAIA Manuals to be completed and filed at SA Human Rights Commission i.t.o.
Section 51 legislation
→ more information and a generic template
The Division of Human Genetics at the
University of Cape Town,
The Centre for Augmentative & Alternative Communication at the University of Pretoria, present post graduate degree programmes that could be of interest to qualified OTs → more
Listen to a talk and complete a questionnaire online to earn CPD points Go to: CPD