Hong Kong Occupational Therapy Association (HKOTA) is a professional association for all occupational therapists and the public in Hong Kong. It was registered with the Hong Kong Registrar of Societies in 1978, and being accepted as a full member by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) in 1984. There are over 2100 registered Occupational Therapists in Hong Kong working in both public and private sectors and in various specialty areas.
Occupational Therapists are involved in the rehabilitation for people with temporary, permanent or developmental disabilities. Through carefully designed activities, therapeutic processes and adaptation of the environment, Occupational Therapy helps in:
HKOTA currently has more than 1000 members and would strive to: