Advisory Statement: The Occupational Therapist’s Role in Naloxone Administration

Sept 2018 Naloxone is a medication that is used to treat overdoses from opioids such as fentanyl, heroin, and morphine. Given the current public health emergency […]

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The Registrar Search is Underway!

The Registrar Search is Underway! We wish to advise members that the position of Registrar and Complaints Director for the College is now being advertised through […]

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Important Announcement

This is to inform you that Dr. Maggie Fulford is no longer employed by the Alberta College of Occupational Therapists. We want to thank her for […]

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Free Webinar – The Health Professions Act and You!

Have you ever wondered what the Health Professions Act is and why its important to you? If you are asked by your clients what it means […]

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Resources

Continuing Competence Tutorial


Continuing Competence Resources


Annual Reports

2017/18 Annual Report PFD

2017/18 Annual Report

2016/17 Annual Report PFD

2016/17 Annual Report

2015/16 Annual Report PDF

2015/16 Annual Report

2014/15 Annual Report PDF

2014/15 Annual Report


In what way does your OT impact your life?

Enabling more independence and be able to interact with my surroundings.
Ramon Bravo
Ramon Bravo, Patient