Addressing Mealtime Challenges for Young Children and Families: How do challenges begin and how does this influence the assessment process?
AOTA has identified Feeding, Eating and Swallowing as a specialty area of practice with occupational therapy identified as part of a teamprovides comprehensive assessment and intervention to address concerns in these areas (AOTA, 2007).
MUSIC BASED AUDITORY STIMULATION POSITIVELY IMPACTS DEMENTIA
Prior to the late 1960’s, American scientists thought that the brain was fixed and unchangeable.
Home Modifications and Going Mobile: A New Way to Advance OT Expertise and Practice
The AOTA Centennial Vision continues to bring the occupational therapy (OT) profession to new and exciting levels of practice.
Have You Heard of Common Data Elements?
Years ago, I was working in a clinic as a licensed OT with a bachelor’s degree. With limited research training I did not know how to select assessments for measuring the effect of my interventions.
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Officers and Eligibility
Terms of Office
Elections and Terms of Office
The standing committees of this Association, whose Coordinators must be licensed OTs orOTAs shall be:
The purpose is to be involved in legislative action pertaining to the practice of occupational therapy inFlorida, to represent the Association’s interests to legislators and communicate issues and actions to the membership.
The purpose is to coordinate member services committees including, but not limited to Bylaws, Membership, Nominations, and Recognitions.
The purpose is to represent clinical practice, to provide the members resources in specialty clinical areas, and provide clinical support for conference planning.
The purpose is to be responsible for the coordination and monitoring of theFOTA