Member Benefits

Belonging to MOTA will help occupational therapy professionals to advance their careers through the continuing education and networking opportunities that are available. It also provides ongoing information that will keep professionals current on what is happening clinically and legislatively. Download a membership application or join online.

Benefits include:

  • Discounted rates for MOTA's annual conference and sponsored workshops
  • Access to Members-only section of the MOTA website which provides access to a searchable member database, legislative updates, executive board meeting minutes, OT News updates, and much more!
  • Opportunity to expand a Member's network through district and special interest group participation
  • Access to the expertise of other members on such topics as ethics, coding and billing, and reimbursement issues
  • OT and OTA members are eligible for awards and recognition for their contributions to occupational therapy practice in Minnesota.
  • Voting privileges in the association (limited to OT and OTA member types)
  • Dedicated lobbyist advocating for OT practice in Minnesota

Membership Type Definitions:

Occupational Therapist:  Any individual initially certified to practice as an OT or licensed or regulated by a state, commonwealth, district or territory of the United States to practice as an occupational therapist shall be eligible to be an Occupational Therapist member

Occupational Therapy Assistant:  Any individual initially certified to practice as an OTA or licensed or regulated by a state, commonwealth, district or territory of the United States to practice as an occupational therapy assistant shall be eligible to be an Occupational Therapy Assistant member

Occupational Therapy Student:  Any individual enrolled in an occupational therapy educational program that is accredited, approved or pending approval or accreditation by the Association and that is located in the United States or in a state, commonwealth, district or territory of the United States shall be eligible to be a Student member

Associate:  An individual or organization interested in promoting occupational therapy but who is not eligible for another membership classification

Retired:  An individual who has met (a) and or (b) above and has retired from practice

Membership Fees:

Membership Type Fee
Occupational Therapist $75
Occupational Therapy Assistant    $60
Associate $75
Retired $30
Student $25