Life Membership may be granted to a Member of the Association in recognition of outstanding achievement in some activity relating to Hand Therapy, or outstanding service to the Association by way of bearing office, promoting the objects of the Association and making a significant contribution to its growth and development.
Congratulations to the Members who have been recognised with Life Membership of the AHTA.
|Rosemary Prosser (1999)||Wilma Walsh||Janet Dindler (2004)|
|Judith Wilton (2004)||Judith Morrin (2004)||Jenny Ball (2008)|
|Barbara Watson (2009)||Birgit Svens (2012)||Amy Geach (2014)|
|Elizabeth Ward (2014)||Tracey Clark (2018)||Anne Wajon (2018)|
|Suzanne Caragianis (2018)|
Click here to download the available citations presented at the AHTA AGM when they were honoured: Citations
A Life Member may transfer to Honorary member when he/she ceases to practise.
Honourary AHTA Membership is an honour bestowed by the Association.
Honorary membership may be granted to a person, nominated by a Member of the Association, who is of acknowledged eminence in some activity related to Hand Therapy or who, by reason of position, eminence or experience, has rendered outstanding service in promoting the growth and development of the Association, but is no longer an active member of the Association, or is not eligible for Member (AHT) or Associate membership of the Association.
The AHTA wishes to acknowledge it's Honorary members:
|Jill Butchers (1987)||Cynthia Nicol (2005)||Esther May (1989)|
|Matt Woods (2007)||Ray Huttenmeister (2007)|