• All “full” members have equal privileges and benefits; student members have the rights and privileges of full members excepting they do not have voting powers
  • OTASA is recognised as the official voice for OT in South Africa
  • OTASA offers continuing professional development for occupational therapy staff – with reduced rates for members on all OTASA courses, workshops & congresses
  • Branch network – OTASA has branches throughout South Africa, which will give you the opportunity to meet other OT Staff in your area and share ideas and experiences
  • A national OTASA Congress is held every two years – the key scientific gathering of the profession, and is attended by international as well as local presenters
  • All members have access to the online version of the SA Journal of Occupational Therapy (3 issues per annum)
  • All OTASA members can obtain advice on any OT issue either by contacting the OT Office (which is open daily) or their branch – you will either receive the relevant information or be directed to the right person
  • Information on issues of importance to the profession (e.g. legislative changes) is disseminated by OTASA