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If known, the College posts the name of any other regulatory organization, inside or outside of Ontario, where this OT is or has been registered.

A summary of any findings of professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity by professional regulatory bodies other than this College. A finding of incapacity means that the OT has a physical or mental condition or disorder that makes it desirable that the OT is no longer permitted to practise, or that the OT’s practice be restricted in order to maintain public safety. The College posts professional findings reported to the College by the OT on or after January 1, 2016.

A summary of any terms, conditions and limitations the College has set regarding this OT’s practice. Terms, conditions and limitations that have been fulfilled or have expired are not shown.

A requirement for this OT to appear before a panel of the College’s Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee to be formally cautioned.

The College posts a summary of all cautions-in-person outcomes which is issued when investigations reveal concerns about patient care or public safety. This applies to complaints and reports received on or after January 1, 2017.

An undertaking is a binding and enforceable agreement between an OT and the College which generally sets out an obligation or restriction on the OT.

The College posts a summary of all undertaking outcomes which is issued when investigations into matters dealing with professional misconduct or incompetence reveal concerns about patient care or public safety. This applies to complaints and reports received on or after January 1, 2017. Undertakings appear on the OT’s public profile until the College is satisfied the OT has successfully completed all aspects of the undertaking.

The College posts a summary of all Specified Continuing Education or Remedial Programs (SCERP) outcomes which is issued when investigations reveal concerns about patient care or public safety. This applies to complaints and reports received on or after January 1, 2017.

The College posts details of any court decision that includes a finding of professional negligence or malpractice against the OT. This applies to findings reported to the College by the OT on or after June 4, 2009.

The College posts a summary of all criminal convictions and any convictions for non-criminal offences that are relevant to the OT’s suitability to practise occupational therapy, known to the College, and occurring on or after January 1, 2016.

The College posts a summary of any known current conditions or restrictions concerning the custody or release of an OT. For current conditions or restrictions known to the College prior to June 27, 2017, the College only posts a summary if they relate to or impact the OT’s practice of occupational therapy.

The College posts a summary of any existing criminal charges and any charges for non-criminal offenses that are relevant to the OT’s suitability to practise occupational therapy, that are known to the College, and occurring on or after November 1, 2017.

A summary of any findings of professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity by professional regulatory bodies other than this College. A finding of incapacity means that the OT has a physical or mental condition or disorder that makes it desirable that the OT is no longer permitted to practise, or that the OT’s practice be restricted in order to maintain public safety. The College posts professional findings reported to the College by the OT on or after January 1, 2016.

The College posts detailed information about an OT’s discipline history, including the status of every referral to the Discipline Committee, a notice of any upcoming discipline hearings, a summary of the concern and a summary of the College Discipline Committee’s decision.

Learn more about the discipline process here and the information that is publicly available about OTs here.

The College posts basic information about findings of incapacity made after June 4, 2003. A finding of incapacity means that the OT has a physical or mental condition or disorder that makes it desirable that the OT is no longer permitted to practise, or that his or her practice be restricted in the interest of public safety.

Learn more about the information that is publicly available about OTs here.