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Occupational Therapy Society


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What it the OT Society about?

The OT Society is here to provide a safe, supportive and fun environment for the growing OT community at Worcester university. We aim to support you as you explore the wonderful world of OT by  providing a social and informative space for all our members. This year we will be hosting our fantastic virtual OT Cafes with guest speakers so keep an eye out for our event dates!

Dont forget to pick up your membership goodie bag from the SU to join us for a virtual cuppa and a catch up over the next few weeks!

Inclusivity Pledge

The OT society will strive to be an inclusive, accessible, and supportive community for all members. As a society we aim to celebrate the needs, culture, and diversity of all of members. The society is committed to promoting inclusivity and diversity, with the aim of maintaining the dignity and respect of all members alongside ensuring it is an environment free from discrimination. The OT society is committed to providing a supportive and safe environment for all members, offering support and signposting for all issues raised by members.  

  • Demonstrate equality and inclusion of all members.
  • Enhance the experiences of all members by connecting with other societies, networks, and sporting clubs.
  • Provide support and signposting for all members.
  • Communicate across a variety of platforms to reach out to all members.
  • Provide both physical and virtual opportunities to connect with other members/students.
  • Maintain a focus on supporting over all health and well-being of all members.

Social Media
For more information and to keep up with OT Society events follows us on our social media pages!


Instagram: ot_society_uow

Twitter:  OT_Society_UoW 

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Committee Membership


Inclusivity Rep

OT Cafe Coordinator