Dealing with productivity pressures? Our resources can help you practice ethically.
An FAQ on the new OT evaluation codes.
Read recent news articles about occupational therapy.
Get resources to share with caregivers.
A convenient opportunity for earning CE credit with AOTA’s Continuing Education (CE) articles are available in the second issue of OT Practice each month. CE Articles are developed specifically with your professional development in mind, with identified objectives and a brief exam to help measure your learning.
Articles are active and available for earning credit for 2 years from the time of publication.
Member Price: $24.95
Non-member Price: $34.95
AOTA members save on the cost of CE articles. If you are not a member and wish to join AOTA, please call 800-SAY-AOTA or visit our Membership page.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All CE Articles require online completion of the exam to receive CEUs.
Listed in order of date of publication, with the most recent on top:
New Occupational Therapy Evaluation CPT® Codes: Coding Overview and Guidelines on Code Selection
Supporting Caregiver Identity
Measuring Sensory Integration Approaches That Matter to Families
The Role of Occupational Therapy in Reducing Hospital Readmissions
Authentic Leadership in Occupational Therapy
Systematic Job Matching for Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities
Occupational Therapy and the Primary Service Provider Model in Early Intervention
Occupational Therapy in the Acute Rehabilitation of Post-Surgical Shoulder Arthroplasty
Orthotic Fabrication for the Hands of Older Adults
Occupational Therapy Practitioners Working With Caregivers in Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care
Evaluating Student Participation: Focus on Strengths in Your School-Based Evaluation
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Community-Wide Implications
Show Me the Evidence: A Collaborative Model for Increasing Evidence-Based Practice
Transformational Patterns of Sensory Integration Dysfunction in Specific Populations: Evidence-Based Identification
Transformational and Visionary Leadership in Occupational Therapy Management and Administration
Collaborating With Family Caregivers in the Home Setting
Americans With Disabilities Act in 2015: Implications for Practice
Integrating Telehealth: Experiences in Incorporating Telehealth Tools and Principles Into a Pediatric Therapeutic Environment
Implementing a Mental Health Program Using the Recovery Model
Evidence-Based Interventions for Older Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment
Postsecondary Education for Students With Intellectual Disabilities: An Emerging Practice Area for OT Practitioners
Already purchased CE courses from AOTA? use this link for easy access to AOTA LEARN to view your courses.