Social Media Tips & Resources
AOTA’s social media team offers many tips to empower OT practitioners in their work online.
Children & Youth
Health & Wellness
Rehabilitation & Disability
Work & Industry
Manage Your Practice
Evidence-Based Practice & Research
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Advocacy & Policy
Coding & Billing Resources
Check out AOTA's many resources on the billing and coding of Diagnoses, Procedures, Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Durable Medical Equipment.
Federal Regulatory Affairs
Health Care Reform Implementation
Education & Careers
AOTA Continuing Education
AOTA offers high-quality continuing education. All CE products undergo a stringent qualification process to ensure excellence and are recognized by NBCOT, state licensure boards, specialty certification providers, and employers.
Get/Maintain Your License
Find a School
Considering an OT Career?
Awards and Recognitions
Job and Career Resources
New Practitioners and Recent Graduates
Resources for Educators
NBCOT Exam Prep
Resources for Students
Conferences & Events
AOTA Annual Conference & Expo
Register now to be a part of the most vibrant and dynamic gathering for OT professionals all year. There will be inspiring speakers, over 900 educational sessions, valuable connections, and an Expo filled with the latest products and opportunities --only in Nashville's Music City Center!
Annual Conference & Expo
Occupational Therapy Month
School Backpack Awareness Day
AOTA/OTCAS Education Summit
Older Driver Safety Awareness Week
Publications & News
Alerts about what's new at AOTA
American Journal of Occupational Therapy
OT Practice Magazine
SIS Quarterly Newsletters
News from AOTA
For the Media
About Occupational Therapy
OT in Polytrauma
Read our tip sheet on the evaluation and intervention of polytrauma.
Patients & Clients
Public Awareness and Advocacy Resources
AOTA/CDC Falls Prevention Project
is a collaboration between AOTA and the CDC that culminated in a meeting with key representatives and stakeholders to examine current supports and barriers for public policy and access to services related to prevention and treatment of falls in the aging adult population.
Falls Free® Initiative
is a national effort led by the National Council on Aging to increase public awareness and advocacy efforts to prevent falls and falls related injury among older adults. The
National Action Plan
, released in 2005, proposed 36 strategies to address falls prevention within communities. The Falls Free® Coalition and Falls Free® Workgroups were created to address these strategies and work towards increased awareness of falls prevention.
Falls Prevention Awareness Day
is an annual event that unites older adults, caregivers, family members and healthcare professionals to increase public awareness and prevent falls in the community. Members of AOTA are encouraged to hold local events on this day to increase awareness of falls prevention in their communities. Resources and ideas are included in the website listed above.
Go 4 Life
is a campaign through the National Institute on Aging focused on encouraging older adults to incorporate exercise and physical activity within their daily routines. Online resources are available for healthcare professionals and older adults through the link provided above.
is a toolkit for healthcare professionals available through the CDC that includes case studies, assessments, conversation starters and patient educational materials for clinicians who work with the aging population.