Election Results Announced
Election in 2013: Elected Officer Profiles and Bios
Conference Exhibit Page and Prospectus Now Available
CE Sponsor Ad
#321 - Early Intervention Activities That Work Randy Fedoruk, MA, OTR Naples, FL at NCH Healthcare Systems Friday, June 21, 2013
This course teaches creative and effective early intervention treatment activities for children 0-3 years of age, using toys, motor equipment, sensory tools, preacademic crafts, graphomotor activities, and their natural environment. In this course, you will also discuss case studies, learn the do's and don'ts of early intervention, receive materials for family training, and learn about quick, easy and effective documentation. You will learn effective early intervention techniques for treating children with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Developmental Delay, Torticolis and Hemiplegia. Motivations Inc is an ASHA and AOTA approved provider. For more information visit: http://www.motivationsceu.com%20 or firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-791-0262
#218 - Vestibular, Oculomotor and Balance Rehabilitation: Pathophysiology, Evaluation, Treatment, and Program Development
Instructor Gaye Cronin, OTD, OTR/L Orlando (Dr. P. Phillips Hospital), FL CE Broker Florida approval and AOTA , 2013 Covers children, adults, and elderly
http://www.motivationsceu.com or email@example.com or 800-791-0262
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Now accepting proposals for conference presentations
Guidelines for all presentations and applications for all proposals are now available on the 2013 Conference Home Page.. Deadline for Submissions is June 30th, 2013. Presentations at conference will include two hour workshops (including Laws & Rules and Medical Errors), one hour short courses, student AND practitioner posters, and SIS roundtables. FOTA annual conferences offer a great opportunity for students and professionals to share and shine. “Surf’s Up!” and it may be YOUR time to ride on top of the wave of continuing education! Consider this chance to inform your OT colleagues what YOU are doing. Make sure you don’t miss the deadlines to submit!! Please note that student posters applications will have a later deadline due to academic schedules.
OT Licensure Procedure Will Change in 2015: Be Prepared
As Florida's OT community prepares for another licensure renewal season, the FOTA is providing information and resources on changes in the renewal process that all practitioners must be aware of as they prepare for this renewal cycle in 2013 and planning properly for future renewal in 2015.
FOTA does not does not manage anything to do with OT Licenses in Florida. However we do monitor legislation and rules pertaining to licensure and serve as a resource to support, develop, and represent the profession for the advancement of the practice and better serve the consumer.
see a New Approach to Licensure Renewal
Please See the Resources below: Click on Links and Images
OT License Renewal Frequently Ask Questions Update 2012-13
CE Broker Pamphlet
Occupational Therapy FL State Resources
Florida Occupational Therapy Statutes and Laws
Notice of Changes to Florida OT Rules
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