About Us

At the Council Meetings in Medellin, Columbia in 2016 we got accepted by WFOT (World Federation of Occupational Therapy). It was decided that Haiti met the standards for full-membership. These standards include a national association with a constitution that met world standards as well as a university that met the minimal standards for education by the world federation. It was passed by a unanimous vote and Haiti became officially a full-member of the World Federation of Occupational Therapy.

From then on, Haiti now has a voice and vote at the table for the rest of the meetings. Consuelo Alzamora was Haiti delegate and Autumn Marshall the first alternate delegate.