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Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists

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The Annual General Meeting will be broadcast live from Wascana Rehabilitation Center in Regina, SK. You can also attend in person at one of the sites hosted by past and present SSOT Council Members.  

North Battleford – Living Sky School Division Office
Prince Albert – Victoria Hospital
Regina – Wascana Rehabilitation Center – Functional Rehabilitation Program
Saskatoon – City Hospital Cafeteria Side Room
Swift Current – Location to be determined
University of Alberta – Year 2 Saskatchewan Students

To attend one of these sites, please register by clicking on this link.
 
If you are unable to attend at one of these sites, and would like to access the meeting through a live webinar, please click on this link. The instructions for participating via webinar will be emailed to those who registered online. Prior to the meeting day, please complete the instructions to ensure that you can log-in properly and access the link to the webinar on the day of the meeting.
 
 

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Welcome to The Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists

The Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists (SSOT) is the governing body responsible for regulating the practice of occupational therapy in Saskatchewan. SSOT's role is to protect the public through quality regulation of occupational therapy practice in Saskatchewan, to support the continuing competence of our members, and to promote awareness of occupational therapy services.

What is Occupational Therapy?

Improving life participation through:

  • REHABILITATION
  • HEALTH PROMOTION
  • ADAPTATION
  • EQUIPMENT ACQUISITION

Occupational Therapists are university educated health professionals who work with their clients to assume or resume the skills they need for the job of living. The job of living for all people includes many occupations, these are any tasks or activities that occupy your time and energy such as getting dressed, going out or doing household chores. Occupations will vary with age, abilities, interests & responsibilities. The occupations you want or need to be engaged in may be affected by illness/disease or circumstance. Occupational Therapists will work with you to achieve your occupational goals of everyday life.