|The Health Professions Council of South Africa
(HPCSA) is a statutory body, established in terms of the Health
Professions Act, 1974 (Act
56 of 1974).
The Council, in conjunction with its 12 Professional Boards, is committed to promoting the health of the population, determining standards of professional education and training, and setting and maintaining excellent standards of ethical and professional practice.
Web site: www.hpcsa.co.za
|South African Society of Hand Therapists
Web site: www.sasht.org.za
|The South Africa Institute for Sensory
Web site: www.instsi.co.za
|Occupational Therapy Africa Regional Group
Web site: www.otarg.org.za
|Rural Rehab South Africa (RuReSA)
Web site: www.ruralrehab.co.za
|The South African Journal of Occupational Therapy
Web site: www.sajot.co.za
|The American Occupational Therapy
Web site: www.aota.org
|Australian Occupational Therapy Association
Web site: www.ausot.com.au
|Canadian Occupational Therapy Association
Web site: www.caot.ca
|De Nederlandse Vereniging voor Ergotherapie
Web site: www.ergotherapie.nl
|A Dutch site about Occupational Therapy
|New Zealand Association of Occupational
Web site: www.nzaot.com
|New Zealand Occupational Therapy
Web site: www.occupationaltherapyboard.org.nz
|The Health Professions Council -
Web site: www.hpc-uk.org.uk or www.cpsm.org.uk
|UK Naric - Verification of professional
qualifications for the United Kingdom
Web site: www.naric.org.uk
|World Federation of Occupational Therapy
Web site: www.wfot.org.au
|Al-Anon offers understanding help; support to
families and friends of problem drinkers. Our program is adapted
from Alcoholics Anonymous and is based upon the Twelve Steps,
Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Service.
Web site: www.alanon.org.za
|Disabled People South Africa (DPSA)
has as it`s motto "Nothing About Us Without Us" in
recognition of the need for disabled people to directly promote
the human rights and development of all South Africans with
Web site: www.dpsa.org.za
|Disabled Peoples' International is a network
of national organizations or assemblies of disabled people,
established to promote human rights of disabled people through
full participation, equalization of opportunity and development.
Web site: www.dpi.org
|The The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Hospital
The story of the Johannesburg Hospital has no end. It is never-ending as are its commitments to the community and to medical science.
Web site: www.johannesburghospital.org.za
Toy Library Training, Resource & Developmental Play Centre
Established in 1993, ALL-SA is a non-profit organisation. Our MISSION is to positively promote the development of active learning toy and leisure libraries that will provide an environment of equal opportunity in support of the right of each individual (ALL) to reach his or her potential.
for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP)
The SA ACAPAP is the professional body for child and adolescent mental health practitioners in South Africa. It was initiated in 1978, and since then has been an active member of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP).
therapists aim to treat, help and cure many types of illnesses
and ailments. On this site we aim to provide a detailed description
of all complementary, alternative and holistic therapies to
enable everyone to read and learn more about Complementary Medicine.
Web site: www.complementarymedicines.com
Sports Science Orthopaedic Clinic
The SSOC provide complete orthopaedic care to the general public and sports persons alike, situated within the Sports Science Institute of South Africa complex in Newlands, Cape Town.
Web site: www.ssoc.co.za
Crouch Trust was established to provide research funding
for Occupational Therapists in the field of Psychiatry.
Web site: www.crouch-trust.org.za
ATU was formed to break the cycle of violence and to offer healing and hope to children, adolescents, adults, the elderly and the disabled
web site: www.actingthru.org.za
We are the main importers, distributors and suppliers
of premium stationery brands, ergonomically designed to support
left handed children and adults.
|Australia Open Colleges
web site: www.opencolleges.edu.au/courses/health/allied-health/