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NHOTA Fall Conference
Call for Papers
Deadline is May 8
Are you an OT ...
... using traditional practices that have withstood the test of time?
... embracing new methods in new ways?
... passionate about an issue and want to share your enthusiasm?
Share your knowledge and become a presenter!
Click here for more details: Call for Papers
We love to hear from our members! Concerned you've never presented before? Contact one of your Board Members - we'll help!
The New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Association will host the NHOTA Fall Conference on Saturday, October 15, 2016, at the Susan N. McLane Audubon Center in Concord.
The Audubon Center is a unique meeting space that provides alternatives to traditional function rooms and allows for productivity and collaboration in a retreat-like setting.
Mark your calendar now and plan to attend the 2016 Fall Conference. Updates on conference details, classes, and speakers will be posted as they become available.
Stay current on your continuing education credits and support the NHOTA.