Live Presentation Schedule
Week 1 (OCT 1-3)
All courses must be purchased individually. We understand that it is inconvenient to register for one course at a time, however, our system does not allow for registration for multiple courses at a time. We are continually trying to troubleshoot this and we thank you for your patience. If you are an OTAO member, your information will automatically populate into the required sections during checkout.
During the early bird registration period (September 14-30), there will be a special of 2 FREE COURSES, for the first 100 people to register. Then during open registration (October 1-31), there will be a special of 1 FREE COURSE, for the first 100 people to register. If you’re one of the first 100 individuals to register for a course, please allow up to 72 hours to receive your promo code from email@example.com. We also want to thank all our OTAO Members for your continued support and offer an additional free course in which you will receive via your OTAO registered email with the code. If you are not a registered member with OTAO or have let your membership lapse, you will receive an email with a code for your free course upon becoming an OTAO member. Additional free courses (registration is required) include the following: OTAO Business meeting, OTAO Lobbyist Session, and OTLB Session.
PRE-RECORDED courses will be available between October 1-31, 2020. There are some pre-recorded courses that also offer a Live-Q&A session. You will be sent a password protected link to the recorded course. After October 31, 2020, the link to the course will no longer be accessible.
LIVE-PRESENTATIONS will be offered through Zoom (please refer to our schedule/brochure for additional information). Each course will be recorded (with the permission of the presenter). LIVE-presentation information, including the virtual link and handouts to courses, will be sent out the week of the presentation at the discrepancy of the presenter as some have opted to share their handouts after their live-presentation.
If you are unable to attend the Live-Presentation, you will be able to register for the recorded version and receive a password protected link to the course. The recorded version of Live-Sessions between October 1-17, 2020 will be available until October 31, 2020 and Live-Sessions occurring between October 18-31, 2020 will be available until November 14, 2020. After the final day of availability to the recording, the link to the course will no longer be accessible. link to the course.
Conference Pricing: 1-1.5 hours
OT/OTA Non-Members $25
OT/OTA Members $20
Associate Member $15
Student/Retired Member and Non-Members $5
Conference Pricing: 2-2.5 hours
OT/OTA Non-Members $35
OT/OTA Members $30
Associate Member $20
Student/Retired Member and Non-Members $5
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THURS 10/1 Nutritional Therapy Pearls for Occupational Therapists and their Patients, 6:00PM-7:30PM PST
Presented by Jessica Rykert-Holt
Do you eat well? Do your patients eat well? What we eat and don’t eat, directly impacts our health. Proper nutrition can help prevent as well as reverse many chronic diseases. Part of our OT scope of practice is to help people eat healthy food, meal plan, shop for, and prepare well-balanced nutritional meals. This presentation will provide simple ways that OTs can encourage a healthy diet for their patients, as well as create measurable functional goals related to nutrition and the adoption of healthy habits and routines.
SAT 10/3 Occupational Therapy's Role in Addressing The School to Prison Pipeline, 10:00AM-12:00PM PST
Presented by Stacey Vieyr-Braendle, MT-BC and Chelsea Salvatera, MSEd
The School to Prison Pipeline (STPP) is an under-addressed national phenomenon in which youth of color and youth with disabilities are disproportionately funneled out of classrooms and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. This session will explore what the STPP is and unpack the role of occupational therapy in preventing at-risk youth from entering the pipeline.
SAT 10/3 Hands-on Training in Augmentative and Alternative Communication Intervention: Beginner's Guide for Occupational Therapists, 1:00PM-3:00PM PST
Presented by Brandon Eddy, M.A., CCC-SLP and Katherine Stribling, PT, DPT
The purpose of this presentation is to prepare interdisciplinary interventionists (educators, OTs, PTs, SLPs, etc.) to implement high-quality intervention techniques to support AAC users that can be used across disciplines under the guidance of a treating speech-language pathologist. The presenters will discuss evidence-based practice techniques, review coaching strategies, demonstrate intervention approaches, and coach attendees who will practice intervention techniques during the presentation.