Rep. Boustany introduced our bill to permanently repeal the Medicare Therapy Cap in the House. Read more.
Considering an occupational therapy career? Get your questions answered, learn about OTs and OTAs, & find admissions criteria.
AOTA members can access all articles in the British Journal of Occupational Therapy and Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy.
Our childhood obesity tip sheet (now also available in Spanish) has suggestions for families to become more healthy—while having fun.
To support the Centennial Vision, AOTA has identified Mental Health as a key practice area in the 21st century.
The World Health Organization has identified mental illness as a growing cause of disability worldwide and predicts that in the future, mental illness—specifically depression—will be the top cause of disability.
In response to this trend, increasing emphasis will be placed on mental health treatment and prevention services for children, youth, the aging, and those with severe and persistent mental illness.
We hope the resources below will help you in your practice. If you have additional questions, try posting them on OTConnections, a community for occupational therapy practitioners just like you. If you are an AOTA member, you are already signed up with OTConnections! Just use your member login and password for the AOTA Web site to access OTConnections.
Featured: A compilation of AOTA resources: Focus On: Mental Health booklet.
Brief Tip Sheets to help people cope with a variety of health conditions and explain how occupational therapy can help. Find our tips sheets here.
Informative documents on the role and scope of occupational therapy services. Get AOTA's Official Documents here.
In this section find evidence-based practice info and the latest research to guide your practice.
Designed for OT practitioners and other professionals to explain the role and scope of occupational therapy. Find fact sheets here.
Find apps for Mental Health here. Check out what we've identified as emerging niches in the Mental Health practice area.
Network and collaborate with colleagues in your field and areas of interest, from SIS Quarterly newsletters to forums on OTConnections: Administration & Management, Developmental Disabilities, Gerontology, Mental Health, Technology, and Work & Industry.