Occupational Therapy Australia is governed by a Board of Directors elected by members and or through the Nominations Committee. There can be up to ten Board Directors, which includes provision for external non-member and non-occupational therapists as directors.
Code of Ethics
The ethos of the occupational therapy profession and its practice requires its members to “discharge their duties and responsibilities, at all times, in a manner which professionally, ethically and morally compromises no individual with whom they have professional contact, irrespective of that person’s position, situation or condition in society”.
The Code of Ethics is founded on the bio-ethical principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, honesty, veracity, confidentiality, justice, respect and autonomy.
Occupational Therapy Australia Strategic Plan 2017-2020: “Our 2020 VISION: Occupational therapy is valued for agility, influence and innovation”
In the spirit of reconciliation Occupational Therapy Australia acknowledges, respects and values the Traditional Custodians of the country on which we live, learn and work. Along with our journey to understanding, Occupational Therapy Australia's Reconciliation Action Plan is currently under development and will be available shortly. For more information please contact us.