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Welcome to the Occupational Therapy Association of Jamaica The objectives of OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION OF JAMAICA (OTAJ) as established are to maintain, promote and advance the standards of Occupational Therapy in Jamaica with recognition of the role and advancement of the status of graduate Occupational Therapists as accredited members of the health team. The Occupational Therapy Association Of Jamaica is a member of the Council of Professions Supplementary to Medicine. OTAJ is also a member of the Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists (A.C.O.T). This regional body seeks to act as the official organization for the promotion of Occupational Therapy in the Caribbean region.

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Welcome to O.T.A.J | PO Box 8677, CSO | Kgn, Ja. | Call Us 1-876-630-5546


Monday – Friday 08:00 – 17:00

Saturday and Sunday – CLOSED


P.O Box 8677 | CSO |Kgn

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Caribbean OT Website

Caribbean OT websiteThe Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapy (ACOT) launched their website at the recent ACOT conference. It offers a great insight into Occupational Therapy throughout the Caribbean. Visit: www.caribbeanot.com ...

Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists (ACOT) 12th Biennial Scientific Conference- “Moving Forward in Health and Education”

Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists (ACOT) 12th Biennial Scientific Conference- “Moving Forward in Health and Education”The 12th Scientific Biennial Conference of the Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists (ACOT), was held from October 29th and 30th 2015, at Trinidad and Tobago hosted by TTOTA with the...

OTAJ to Participate in 2nd Digicel 5km Night Run

OTAJ to Participate in 2nd Digicel 5km Night Run: October 26th, 2013 OTAJ to Participate in 2nd Digicel 5km Night Run: October 26th, 2013 OTAJ members will be participating in the upcoming Digicel Night Run/Walk. The beneficiaries of this year’s event will be:Jamaica Association of the Deaf;...

OTAJ Members in the News

OTAJ Members in the News Our very own Lisa Millingen was recently profiled in the Jamaica Observer on August 13th, 2013. The picture highlighted the final day of a training programme led by Lisa and hosted by the Digicel Foundation, to better assist educators who work with...

Symposium on Downs Syndrome

Symposium on Downs Syndrome On March 17th, 2012, OTAJ hosted a symposium on Downs Syndrome in Kingston, Jamaica. Following opening remarks from OTAJ's President, Fleur Minott-Nembhard, a steady stream of experts presented on their areas of specialty:  OTAJ's Lisa McDaniel Millingen presented on the role of fine...

Jamaica’s Order of Merit 2012: Pauline Watson Campbell

Jamaica's Order of Merit 2012: Pauline Watson Campbell The association is very proud to report that member Pauline Watson- Campbell was recognized with the national Order of Merit for services to the field of Occupational Therapy and Child Development in Jamaica. This prestigious award was conferred...

Caribbean OT website

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