Most Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

The Occupational Therapy Association of Jamaica (OTAJ) is the professional association which represents
occupational therapy practitioners (OTPs) in Jamaica.

No, membership is not mandatory but with practitioners often working independently, being able to
network with other colleagues is very often invaluable.

Yes, there are various categories of membership. Some do not allow participation in election of officers.

Yes, aides can be members of the OTAJ.

The CPSM is the regulatory body in Jamaica. All OTPs (including volunteers) must be registered with this
body before they are legally allowed to practice

Send an email requesting a membership form to oocupational.therapyja@gmail.com