Occupational therapists assist children to take part in everyday activities at home, day care or elsewhere by building up the child’s skills and considering modifications to the child’s environment. Occupational therapists can target play skills, physical skills, sensory/ behavior issues and daily living tasks such as feeding and dressing.

DOT (WA) Inc. supports occupational therapists working with children in Western Australia. The objectives of our association are to:

  • To advance the professionalism and status of occupational therapists working with children in Western Australia (WA)
  • To provide high quality, regular and accessible professional development opportunities for occupational therapists and student occupational therapists throughout WA
  • To provide a forum for the sharing of resources, information and knowledge between occupational therapists practicing in WA
  • To represent occupational therapists working with children within WA in political and social debate
  • To support opportunities for research in the field of paediatric occupational therapy
  • To support occupational therapists practising in rural and remote areas of WA all of the above

Please see the Rules of Association, which directs the operation of our organisation:

RULES OF ASSOCIATION for DOT 28 May 2012