Private Practice Insurance

Private Practice Insurance plus AOTI Online Private Practice Listing application process


Discounted Private Practice Insurance

AOTI has secured a greatly discounted rate of professional indemnity insurance from O’Driscoll O’Neill Insurance Brokers which is exclusively available to members of AOTI. This insurance package also includes fitness to practice cover. For more information regarding the policy please select link - ODON Insurance Policy Documentation.  If you require any further information please contact O’Driscoll O’Neill team; 

Brian Baird | | 01-6395870 
Jamie Costello | | 01-6395877 

The following categories of AOTI members are eligible to avail of the O’Driscoll O’Neill policy:

  • Full Time Practising
  • Part Time Practising
  • New Graduate
  • Lifetime 
  • Full Time Postgraduate Student

To purchase professional indemnity insurance from O’Driscoll O’Neill click here

AOTI Members should note that while their AOTI membership year may start at any time in the year, the O’Driscoll O’Neill insurance policy runs from January 1st to December 31st. Proof of insurance must be provided each year in order to remain on or to be added to the AOTI online private practice listing. 


AOTI Online Private Practice Listing

AOTI provides a list of occupational therapists working in private practice on our website for members of the public. 

Applications for entry onto the list are only accepted from the above categories of AOTI membership. To apply to be added to the list

  • You must first provide proof of professional indemnity insurance to (see above link).
  • Log in to your AOTI membership
  • Complete the application form  below - there will be a link on your dashboard should you need to update your details at any stage.





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