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Society of Alberta Occupational Therapists

Your voice for Occupational Therapy in Alberta!

Dedicated to the well-being of all Albertans, SAOT is the vehicle to drive practice, shape capacity and grow the profession of occupational therapy in Alberta by bridging research, practice, advocacy and policy.

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Are you a registered OT practicing in Alberta? Become a member and help shape the profession of OT in Alberta! We offer several categories of membership that provide access to our wide range of benefits. The membership year runs from March 1 to February 28 of each year, and fees are pro-rated after September 1. Learn more >>

Workshops & Events

Occupational therapy is a diverse profession with endless learning opportunities. We list both SAOT-sponsored and non-sponsored educational opportunities and events. Learn more >>

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Occupational therapy is a health profession that enables people of all ages to overcome everyday barriers, helping them engage and participate in meaningful lives. Learn more >>

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You may choose to hire an occupational therapist privately. Like other independent contractors, occupational therapists’ rates and services offered differ. Search for an occupational therapist in private practice by geographic area and area of practice here. Learn more >>

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November 2020

Scents, Sense and Cents – Identifying, Managing and Treating SPD in Times of Fiscal Restraint

November 28 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Healthcare Solutions, Summit Room, 5920 Gateway Boulevard
Edmonton, Alberta T6H 2H6 Canada
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$130 – $255 48 tickets left

Children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) present themselves to our practices regularly, either as a stand-alone diagnosis or as a concomitant one. This intermediate level workshop targeted to the under 12 years of age population will help you make a sound, accurate assessment that will then guide you in practical, effective and fiscally responsible treatment strategies. Learning Objectives for Participants: Develop confidence in assessment and identification of sensory processing disorders vs. some other problem. To be able to educate others…

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