Webcasts and Webinars

AOTA continuing education is pleased to offer convenient, on-demand webcasts and webinars as a way for you to learn from leading occupational therapy and other topic experts—on your schedule! Each webcast consists of a video and PowerPoint® slides. Once you view the presentation you will be directed to take a test to earn AOTA CEUs or complete an attestation statement to receive your contact hour certificate.

AOTA Annual Conference & Expo Webcasts


2016 Farewell Presidential Address: Coming Home to Family: Now is the Time!
Presenter: Virginia (Ginny) Stoffel, PhD, OT, BCMH, FAOTA
Earn .75 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members; $24.99 for Non-Members

2016 Welcome Ceremony & Keynote: A Story of Recovery and Resilience

Presenters: Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes
Earn .5 contact hour
FREE to members and non-members

2016 Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture: The Prepared Mind
Presenter: Susan L. Garber, MA, OTR, FAOTA, FACRM
Earn 1.25 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members; $24.99 for Non-Members

2016 Inaugural Presidential Address: The Power of Authenticity

Presenter: Amy J. Lamb, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Earn .75 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members; $24.99 for Non-Members


2015 Conference Presidential Address by Dr. Stoffel: Engagement, Exploration, Empowerment  
Earn .75 contact hour
Cost: FREE to members; $24.99 for Non-Members

2015 Conference Slagle Lecture by Helen S. Cohen, OTR, FAOTA: A Career in Inquiry
Speaker: Helen S. Cohen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA 
Earn 1 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members; $24.99 for Non-Members

2015 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address: Queen Bees and Wannabes: Insights Into Preventing Bullying
Presented by Rosalind Wiseman
Earn .50 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members and Non-Members


2014 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address: The Wounded Warrior and the Art of Independence
CEU: .50 contact hour
Cost: FREE to Members and Non-Members

Webinars in Collaboration with Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATiA)

CEU: 1.5 contact hours per webinar

Digital Literacy - AT Tools & Apps in the Classroom

Implementing the Common Core for the Uncommon Learner--Strategies and Resources to Support Students with Differing Abilities

Assistive Technology for Social Integration

Fundamental Assessment Process (FAP) for Assistive Technology

iOS, Android, MS Surface Pro 2 Comparisons

Google Glass – Another Amazing Access Solution

Chrome as Assistive Technology

Apps for OCD, ADHD, LD, Anxiety, and Executive Function Impairments

Amazing New iPAD Accessories and Adaptations to Support Individuals with Disabilities

Technology Interventions for People with Cognitive Disabilities

Current Trends in Assistive Technology for K-12 Settings

AT Bootcamp Part 1: Foundational Concepts in Assistive Technology

AT Bootcamp Part 2: Applications of AAC, Access, Positioning & Mobile Technologies

AT Bootcamp Part 3: Applications of Technology for Literacy, Accessible Instructional Materials, Sensory Disabilities & for Social Integration

Using the iPad with Visually Impaired Students in the Classroom Setting Digital Literacy AT Tools & Apps in the Classroom

Accommodating Employees Without Breaking your Budget

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