AOTA Alerts

Updated July 24, 2015

Continuing Competency Requirements: How many CEU credits does your state require for license renewal? Our newly updated state-by-state chart will help you find that quickly. Download the chart on this page.

Hill Day Registration Open: Want to advocate for your profession in Washington, D.C.? Register to participate in AOTA's Hill Day, which is on September 28.

AOTPAC Directors: Love politics? Consider applying as a candidate to serve as AOTPAC director. Learn more.

Documentation Conference: Register to attend AOTA's Specialty Conference: Effective Documentation, which is in suburban Chicago on October 2 to 3. 

Considering OT School? AOTA’s online grad school fair is August 4 to 5. Meet representatives from OT school programs. Register now for the free virtual event.

Coding Survey: Last week, a random sample of AOTA members received an email invitation to take a critically important survey about new OT evaluation and re-evaluation codes. If you received the survey, it is important that you thoughtfully and accurately complete it. Learn more about AOTA’s work with CPT codes here.

Evidence on TBIs: Want a quick synthesis of findings and practice implications for OT’s role with tramautic brain injuries (TBIs)? Our new mini-CATs (critically appraised topics) can help.

Free CE: AOTA members now have free access to webcasts of three 2015 Annual Conference & Expo general sessions and can earn free contact hours.

Distinct Value: Learn about the work of an ad hoc committee that created the Distinct Value Statement and what AOTA's plans are for the statement in the near future.

Strategic Priorities: AOTA's Board of Directors set the following Centennial Vision priorities for the Association in fiscal year 2016, which runs from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

Call for Papers: The American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT) announces calls for papers for several upcoming special issues.

Board Position Statement: AOTA’s Board of Directors issued a position statement to articulate their view that future occupational therapists will need to be doctorally prepared for entry-level practice by 2025. Read about the background and the process moving forwardPros and Cons table updated September 8, 2014. Schedule for webinars added September 11, 2014Information on Task Force added November 10, 2014.