ABOUT OAAC

The objective of the OAAC is to create a forum for its members to improve amputee care in Ontario. Membership is open to all health professionals, in Ontario, interested in amputee care. The $10.00 annual membership fee is included in the annual conference fee.

Documents

General

Meeting Minutes

History

The Ontario Association for Amputee Care was officially created in 1977, through the efforts of a core group of health professionals dedicated to providing a high quality of care to the amputee population. This interdisciplinary group, initially composed of physicians, prosthetists, physical and occupational therapists, held its inaugural meeting in Sudbury, Ontario. Membership has grown from 25 members to more than 150 active and associate members, with meetings held annually health care facilities throughout the province.

Organizational Structure

Elections of officers shall take place at the annual general meeting (AGM) and they shall take office immediately thereafter. Nominations are made to the chair prior to the AGM.