Membership Information

Membership is available to occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, students, and organizations. Currently over 1500 practitioners and students support their profession through membership in TOTA! The partnership with our members is vital to supporting our collective efforts.

Benefits of TOTA membership include:
  • Networking opportunities
  • Leadership and volunteer positions
  • Discounts on CE events, including the annual conference
  • Free monthly district CE events
  • Educational scholarships
  • Share research surveys on our site
  • Access to the Revista OT newsletter and archives
  • We monitor Texas Legislative changes affecting OT Practice in Texas.
  • We monitor state agency rules
  • Ongoing public relations and marketing campaign
  •  TOTA members receive free listing and/or 25% membership discount.

Standard Membership Options - TOTA offers 12, 24, or 36 month rolling memberships which start when dues are paid and is available for renewal 30 days prior to the expiration date. TOTA provides an opportunity for members to pay for multi-year memberships at a discount. Your membership renewal date can be found on your online membership card.

50% off
First Year Practitioners
 receive a 50% discount on membership fees! On the form, select your practitioner type. All first year practitioners enter into “pending” status until licensing is verified, at which point you will go into “active” membership status. --
Only available within the first year of license issue date. Must provide license# and issue date. 

Annual Membership Dues Occupational Therapist  Occupational Therapy Assistant Student
Standard Membership
1 Year Membership
2 Year Membership
3 Year Membership  

$225 (Save $45)
$335 (Save $70)

$170 (Save $40)
$250 (Save $65)

$45 (save $15)

Recurring Membership
Standard Annual Membership - Paid Monthly
* Requires auto-renew with a credit card
* Convenience fee added to monthly payment



New OT/OTA Graduate Membership
1 Year Membership

$67.50 (Save 50%)

$52.50 (Save 50%)

Retired Membership
Retired: a person of retirement age who is no longer providing OT services.

$67.50 $52.50 -

Donation SupportMembers may choose to give additional support to the association by contributing more than the standard membership dues. These members are individuals who generously donate extra funds to support and sustain the association. This special distinction of membership is recognized in our Revista publication.  

Optional Contributions:

Occupational Therapist Occupational Therapy Assistant  Student

Legacy Member
An individual who supports the activities of TOTA by paying dues in one and one-half times the membership fee.

Standard Membership + 67.50

Standard Membership + 52.50

Standard Membership + 15

President's Club Member 
An individual who supports and sustains the activities of TOTA by paying dues in the amount of twice the membership fee.

Standard Membership + 135

Standard Membership + 105


Join TOTA Now!
Download the membership form (to print and mail in)

Thank you for considering a membership with us! We strive to make your membership with our association a useful and thoughtful resource and supplement to your training and/or profession. The four core components of our membership benefits and focus are: networking, education, advocacy and resources.

Networking: An invaluable tool, networking provides access to information and individuals vital to your personal and professional growth. We offer a variety of networking opportunities through district meetings, social media, and our annual conference. You can be as involved as you want to be through various leadership and volunteer opportunities.
Education:  Stay current on changes with focus on evidence-based practice. Members receive discounts on continuing education opportunities. Learn about various opportunities through our calendar or by visiting the continuing education page. Students are an important element of our association, too! We offer student resources, chances to connect with peers and leaders, student leadership roles, and scholarship opportunities.
Advocacy: Many issues that affect the practice of occupational therapy and affect your practice are determined at the state and local levels. It is important for you to become a member of your state organization to stay informed and advocate for your profession. Your membership supports our legislative efforts and finances our personal legislative advisor. This makes membership a great investment in your career.
Resources: We work hard to make sure that you have access to up-to-date information on our website and through weekly email communications. Our student area provides helpful information specific to student needs, our career center is a great resource when looking for job postings, and the Revista publication is our quarterly newsletter.