The Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association is excited that you are taking the next step toward becoming a well-connected therapist or OT student in the state of Wisconsin! WOTA's annual memberships are based on a 12 month cycle. All memberships are up for renewal 1 year after joining.

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As a WOTA member, you will benefit from belonging to a professional network of more than 600 OTs/OTAs in the state of Wisconsin. Beyond the intangible benefits of supporting the profession, WOTA membership offers these benefits:

  • E-newsletter keeping you informed and updated on issues relevant to OTs  in the state of Wisconsin
  • Job opportunity listing in the e-newsletter
  • Discounted rates at the WOTA annual conference and continuing education activities
  • A voice in the advancement of the profession, and voting privileges in WOTA affairs
  • Leadership opportunities by holding office in a WOTA leadership position
  • Participation as a legislative watchdog for the profession, ensuring the integrity of occupational therapy, assisting in the monitoring and taking action on legislative issues that affect OTs, patients and students throughout the state.



Any individual licensed to practice as an occupational therapist in Wisconsin and who has not had that license revoked due to disciplinary action.


Any individual who is currently enrolled full or part-time in an OT or OTA educational program which is accredited or pending accreditation by the ACOTE. An individual may not stay in this category of membership for more than five years. 

New Graduate? Call the WOTA office at (608) 819-2327 to learn about our 50% discount for your first year, and our 25% discount for your second year of practice! 

Life Member: Waived 

Any OT or OTA WOTA member who has demonstrated distinguished service in the field of occupational therapy, has retired from the practice of occupational therapy and is voted into this category by the voting membership of WOTA upon recommendation from the WOTA Board of Directors.


Any OT or OTA who is retired or semi-retired, who may be working less than an average of 40 hours per month.


Any individual or organization interested in occupational therapy and does not satisfy the requirements in any other membership category.