OTA Divisional Councils

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OTA Divisional Councils

OTA Divisional Councils represent the interests and provide advice to support the members affiliated with the Division.


Purpose of our divisional councils

There are eight Divisional Councils, one in each state and territory (see links below). The Divisional Councils meet at least quarterly to discuss opportunities and activities impacting occupational therapists in their state or territory. The key tasks and functions of the Divisional Council are:

To be eligible for nomination a nominee must be an OTA member and reside in the geographical area of the Divisional Council.

  • Represent the interests of members affiliated with the Division
  • Provide localised advice on issues of relevance to the Division
  • Provide feedback on papers, projects and issues presented to the council to support the development of programs and services within OTA
  • Raise issues (current or potential) for occupational therapy practice and professional standards as well as opportunities for improvement
  • Advocate and educate others including key stakeholders and broader community on the role of occupational therapy
  • Represent Occupational Therapy Australia at key external meetings or events

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