Occupational Justice: Rising to the challenge
For hundreds of years people have gathered at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers where Winnipeg now stands to meet, trade goods, share ideas and build communities. Today, the Canadian Museum of Human Rights rises majestically above the prairie horizon as a reminder of our collective commitment to furthering human rights and occupational justice for all people. Occupational therapists have developed an understanding of the importance of addressing injustices to enable people’s full participation in occupations that are meaningful and enriching. Please join us in Winnipeg to share your knowledge and strategies for rising to the challenge of enhancing occupational justice in our communities.
The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists provides services, products, events and networking opportunities to assist occupational therapists achieve excellence in their professional practice. In addition CAOT provides leadership to actively develop and promote the client-centred profession of occupational therapy in Canada and internationally.