Awards

PEI Occupational Therapy Society Awards Committee - Terms of Reference

The PEI Occupational Therapy Society has two awards for which the members may be nominated.

The PEIOTS Life Member Award

The PEIOTS will recognize longstanding members of the Society who have made a significant contribution to the Society. The award is intended to heighten awareness within the profession and instill a desire to contribute to the development of the society.

PEIOTS Life Member Award Nomination Form

The Joy Mill Award for Outstanding Contribution to Occupational Therapy

The PEIOTS Outstanding Occupational Therapist award was established in 1990 as a means to honour a Prince Edward Island Occupational Therapy society member who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession. The award is intended to heighten awareness within the profession, instill a desire to contribute to the development of both the profession and society, and to focus public attention on the scope of occupational therapy. The name of the award was changed to "The Joy Mill Award for Outstanding Contribution to Occupational Therapy" in 2014 in memory of a dear colleague who passed away in 2013.

The Joy Mill Award for Outstanding Contribution to Occupational Therapy Nomination Form

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How do I become an Occupational Therapist?

To work as an occupational therapist on Prince Edward Island, you must complete a university degree, pass a certification exam and be registered with the PEI Occupational Therapists Registration Board.

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