Go to AOTA’s Legislative Action Center to identify your Member of Congress, gather contact information, and directly communicate with your legislator to educate them and their Congressional staff on occupational therapy and the issue that affect the profession.
Advocacy at home
Members of Congress spend a large majority of their time in Washington D.C., but there are still various opportunities to advocate locally for federal issues. Learn about the various options to participate in federal advocacy at home.
- Federal Advocacy at Home
- Tip on Writing a Letter to Your Member of Congress
Advocacy in Washington, D.C.
Plan a trip to D.C. to meet with your Member of Congress on Capitol Hill. Plan a trip for yourself or come with a group. For travel, lodging, and transportation options, visit the Advocacy Tips & Tools.