The California Foundation for Occupational Therapy (CFOT) was founded in 1981 as a nonprofit, public benefit organization to help support students, practitioners, and researchers advance their knowledge and skills, thereby enhancing occupational therapy services to the public.
Since its inception, many scholarships, traineeships, and grants have been awarded annually. In addition, CFOT's goal is to educate the public about the potential
benefits of occupational therapy services.
Browse this website to learn more about CFOT. Your tax-deductible contributions will make it possible to continue these efforts. Please join us in achieving these goals.
Katie Gundersen did a terrific interview on a radio station in Monrovia about occupational therapy.