New Hampshire
Occupational Therapy Association

NHOTA and You:

Reflecting on Our Roots, Envisioning Our Future

Did you know there are over 1,200 occupational therapy practitioners in New Hampshire? Imagine what we could do together to promote our work and strengthen our great profession. It’s time to support your profession and become part of a group that is committed to advancing OT, protecting our profession, and ensuring our clients have adequate access to our services.
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NHOTA Highlights 
Fall Conference Educational Sessions

The NHOTA Fall Conference is just a few weeks away! Have you signed up yet?

As part of the countdown to the conference, NHOTA will be highlighting each of the six educational sessions. "We are pleased to offer such a wide variety of options to our community," NHOTA President Ann Kline remarks. "From a thought-provoking session on substance-related issues and the OT role in recovery to a cutting edge discussion on iPads and accessibility, the NHOTA is providing timely, relevant information that OTs and OTAs can bring back to their workplace," noted conference chair Brittany Curtis.  
NHOTA Fall Conference Educational Session Highlight

Evaluating Your Clinical Reasoning: The Power of Therapeutic Decision Making
Presented by
Liz Lannigan, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

For intermediate to advanced practitioners in all practice areas, this session will describe current knowledge of clinical reasoning processes. Discussion of reflection on clinical decision-making through multiple reasoning types will be discussed for best clinical practice. Analysis of case studies will enable audience members to examine and integrate multiple clinical reasoning types into their own practices.  

Ready to register? This exceptional educational session is listed as "ES II: 2 Clinical Reasoning"

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Member Benefit Reminder

NHOTA members are entitled to discounted registration fees for all continuing education events. Although you do not have to be an NHOTA member to attend our classes, become a member today and save each time you attend a class.  


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We are accepting nominations for the following position:

Legislative Chair: Appointed Position - Starting immediately

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Upcoming events

05 Oct 2016 6:30 PM (EDT) • Rundlett Middle School, 144 South Street, Concord, NH
15 Oct 2016 7:30 AM (EDT) • NH Audubon Center, Concord, NH

Children & Youth SIS Announced

Wed, Oct 5th

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Rundlett Middle School in Concord, NH

The NHOTA is working hard to offer relevant, comprehensive programs to the OT community.

Mark your calendar for next Wednesday, October 5, when the Children & Youth SIS will present "Evaluation Panel: What Are We Including in Our OT Evaluations and How Do We Word It?"

Learn about new content areas you may want to consider in your evaluations, new ways to describe common situations and details, and apply this new understanding to your current practices.

Click here to register online now!

NHOTA Bylaws

The NHOTA Bylaws, recently updated, are now available for review. Please click here: Updated 2015 Bylaws

NHOTA Fall Conference

Saturday, Oct 15th

Register Now!

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. 

Headlining the annual conference will be keynote speaker Ginny Stoffel, immediate past President of the AOTA. "Ginny is a tremendous highlight for our Conference," noted Ann Kline, NHOTA President. "I expect Ginny's talk will energize our audience and will add much excitement to the day," Kline continued.  

The Fall Conference will focus on addressing mental health needs within our state and exploring emerging practices. Participants can earn up to 7.0 CEUs. 

Registration is now open and NHOTA members and non-members are encouraged to sign up early.  

Participants will select one of three educational classes offered during both morning and afternoon sessions. Early registration will ensure first choices.  

Stay current on your continuing education credits and support the NHOTA. 

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. 

New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Association   

P.O. Box 842, Durham, NH 03824 
NHOTA Office: (603) 868-7475

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