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Education
Education

To register and practise as an OT in Australia, you must first obtain a degree in occupational therapy from a WFO...

Workforce
Workforce

These resources for the OT workforce include minimum competency standards, guidelines and job classification docu...

Working in Australia
Working in Australia

All Australian OTs must be registered with the OTBA (AHPRA). Overseas trained OTs may also be eligible to practis...

Autism
Autism

Assisting in both assessment and treatment, OTs work with parents, teachers, and other professionals to set speci...

Community Health
Community Health

OTs work with people living in the community, enabling participation in everyday resulting in maximised independe...

Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation

OTs work within workplaces to assist in the recovery and ongoing productivity of staff to meet the demands of the...

Occupational Justice
Occupational Justice

OTs often work with those in the area of occupational justice, social justice and human rights including refugee ...

Driving
Driving

OTs work to help people be as independent as possible in the activities of their everyday life including driving.

Mental Health
Mental Health

OTs work to help those living with adverse life circumstances impacting their mental health.