Benefits of the Membershipwith the PEI Occupational Therapy Society

The Society will:

  • Advocate for you
  • Provide opportunities to keep informed of issues affecting occupational therapy
  • Represent you and bring up your issues to government and policy makers
  • Promote the profession
  • Provide opportunities for continuing professional education along with regular updates on upcoming continuing education
  • Be involved in the development of the profession
  • Provide opportunities to connect with colleagues

Membership Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to join the PEI Occupational Therapy Society, the following criteria must be met:

  • You live and/or work in the province of Prince Edward Island (PEI), AND
  • You are employed as an occupational therapist in PEI and you are registered with the PEI Occupational Therapists Registration Board (PEIOTRB), OR
  • You are not currently practicing as an occupational therapist (retired, on leave, studying, etc.) and were registered with the PEIOTRB in the past

Membership Fees

The PEI Occupational Therapy Society annual membership fees are due at the Annual General Meeting in June. The fees are:

  • Practicing OTs with full-time employment (800 hours/year or more) - $50
  • Practicing OTs with part-time employment (less than 800 hours/year) - $35
  • Non-Practicing (unemployed, studying, parental leave, etc.) - $10.00
  • Associate (retired) - $25.00
  • Lifetime membership - $0
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Education Opportunities

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.

Applicants Educated in Canada
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University Occupational Therapy Programs in Canada