First draft of the Registered Occupational Therapists Act brought before the Prince Edward Island (PEI) Legislature.
3 Occupational Therapists registered to practice.
Registered Occupational Therapists Act and Regulations are passed in the PEI Legislature.
PEI Association of Occupational Therapists (PEIAOT) formed as licensing body for Occupational Therapists practicing in province.
18 Occupational Therapists practicing on Prince Edward Island.
Registered Occupational Therapists Act revised and proclaimed in the Provincial Legislature.
Registered OT Act RSPEI 1988 repealed.
Major revision to the Occupational Therapists Act proclaimed July 1.
Licensing body (PEI AOT) becomes the PEI Occupational Therapists Registration Board (PEIOTRB).
PEIOTRB represented at National Regulatory meetings.
PEIOTRB Logo created and adopted.
PEIOTRB Website launched.
PEIOTRB collaborates with Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) to begin a 5 year project to build a national Occupational Therapists Human Resources Data Project.
Online database created as part of Department of Health project funded by Health Canada.
36 Occupational Therapists registered to practice.
Phase 1 of national project to assist with the evaluation of Internationally Educated Occupational Therapist s(IEOTs) seeking registration in Canada initiated.
Phase 2 of IEOT Project initiated.
HRSDC funds 5 year Harmonization project for ACOTRO to continue its collaborative efforts and complete the final Phase of a Pan-Canadian initiative aimed at implementing a common assessment approach for the qualification recognition and competence based assessment of IEOTs.
New and updated website launched. Website committee formed.
53 Occupational Therapists registered to practice.
PEIOTRB hired its first paid employee, Heather Cutcliffe, as Registrar.
60 Occupational Therapists registered to practice in PEI.