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altFOTA Annual Conference - FOTA14 Back to the Future!
 November 7-8 at Florida Gulf Coast University & Holiday Inn, Fort Myers    

 Conference Fees, Registration, Key Note Speaker
Student Poster AppInstitutes, Schedule of Events
This year’s conference will be November 7-8 in beautiful Fort Myers at Florida Gulf Coast University. We are excited to offer you a full range of experiences for continuing education credits. The call for papers deadline has expired, however the call for Student Poster Presentation is open until September 15. Remember, FOTA s annual conference is an excellent way to receive your continuing education credits, including the licensure mandatory courses. We do all the work for you to enter your credits to CE Broker. The annual conference is also a great way to see old friends and meet new ones, catch up on what is impacting occupational therapy in the state of Florida politically, and the latest in educational resources. Getting excited? This is the most cost effective way to obtain continuing education credits and meet with your fellow Florida occupational therapists. Together, we make a difference! 

Debora Oliveira, Ph.D., CRC, OTR/L
Vice President, Florida Occupational Therapy Association

FOTA14 Key Note Speaker

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Call for Student Poster Presenters at #FOTA14 

altStudent Poster Guidelines
Student Poster Application

Be a presenter at the Conference, look at our presenter guidelines and prepare to submit your proposal. Submit your proposal online at www.flota.org from June 15 – September 15, 2014. You MUST include: Please read the Guidelines for your specific presentation available on the 2014 Conference Home page PRIOR to filling out this application.  Students are encouraged to register before the early bird deadline October 25 ,2014. 

 

FOTA 2014 Conference Institutes
You can select from 4 Institutes when you complete your registration form. 

  1. You can change the outcome: Applying therapeutic use of self in your practice 
  2. An OT's Toolbox: Making the Most out of Visual and Motor Processing Skills
  3. Functional Visual Screening Methods and Intervention Strategies to Overcome Barriers to Safe Rehabilitation

 

altPlease let me know if you have any specific conference related questions or want to get your name at the top of the conference volunteer list.

I look forward to another great FOTA year and conference in 2014! 

Debora Oliveira, Ph.D., OTR/L, FOTA VP and Education Chair debora.oliveira@famu.edu