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October 29, 2020 Council Highlights

November 05, 2020

Recognizing the ongoing need for physical distancing during the pandemic, the Council meeting was held virtually. Learn how the College Council works to protect the public.

Annual Report 2019-2020

The College’s 2019 Annual Report was accepted by Council and is now available online and in PDF format in French and English. The report highlights the work of the College to protect the public and summarizes outcomes of the final year of its 2017-2020 strategic plan.

View the 2020 annual report online and learn more about key accomplishments for the College.

Truth and Reconciliation Education

Guests Lindsay DuPré and Dallas Fiddler provided a reflective and engaging presentation on Indigenous history and health. Their insights, information and recommendations for College initiatives were inspiring.

Visit the College website for updates regarding our commitment.

Bylaw Amendments

Council approved circulation of proposed bylaw amendments that implement changes to College governance. Improving governance aims to strengthen the College’s protection of the public and enhance public confidence in the regulatory system. The consultation on the proposed amendments will be shared with all registrants and stakeholders and posted on the College website later this month.

Learn about College consultations.

Code of Ethics

Following review of consultation feedback, the Code of Ethics was approved. The revised Code of Ethics includes diversity, equity, and inclusion to align with the updated College values. The 2012 Guide to the Code of Ethics is under review and remains in effect at this time.

View the revised Code of Ethics. Learn about the College values.

Standards for Assessments

Following review of consultation feedback, the Standards for Assessments (formerly the Standards for Occupational Therapy Assessments) were approved. The Standards will be released later this fall. Until the release, the 2013 Standards for Occupational Therapy Assessments remain in effect.