This course will focus on providing therapists with various treatment ideas to improve function for patients with CVA, TBI, and other neurological deficits. The presentation includes the use of updated digital video to practice movement analysis and demonstrate the impact of different interventions.
Join other occupational therapy practitioners and students for a fun night at the SAP Center watching the San Jose Barracuda’s hockey game while supporting a good cause! This game will be the team’s 5th anniversary celebration and has a specialty T-shirt give away!
This 2-day workshop has been designed for speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, and occupational therapists who need greater experience in focusing on rib cage activity and its influence on postural control and respiratory, general movement, and oral-pharyngeal function in terms of the evaluation and treatment services they provide.
This Symposium presents a unique opportunity to learn from occupational therapy (OT) practitioners who are pioneering the way for improved outcomes and quality of life for
oncology clients. Come learn about new treatments, share ideas, and network with other
practitioners in this emerging practice area.
Occupational practitioner, artist, and art teacher Lorna Smith, MFA, OTR/L, discusses the therapeutic use of art in occupational therapy and presents simple art activities that can promote self-esteem and a sense of well-being, while improving physical, mental, and functional skills that support participation in meaningful activities of everyday life and minimize disability.
This is a great opportunity for Region 5 occupational therapy practitioners and students to connect with each other over a private tasting of sparkling wines. Come discuss concerns you have in your area of practice, learn about all of the latest OTAC updates, and get to know colleagues in your region. Must be 21 years of age or older.
Come chat with OTAC’s GO-TO-OT for your area to learn about this initiative’s goal to connect more regularly, and personally, with your local elected legislators to educate them about OT and our distinct value. Get an update on OTAC’s priority legislative bills.
In this two-day course, our faculty presents Sara Meeks innovative, effective, site-specific comprehensive program for management of the patients with osteoporosis, osteopenia, and postural problems which is also useful for spinal stenosis and back pain.
If you would like to contact members of the OTAC Board of Directors, please send an email to the OTAC office and your email will be forwarded to the appropriate Board member. If you wish your message to be forwarded to a specific Board member, such as president, treasurer, etc., please include that in your message salutation.
If you would like to contact the OTAC committee chair(s), please send an email to the OTAC office and your email will be forwarded to the appropriate individual. Please include in your message salutation the specific committee you wish to reach, such as Advocacy and Government Affairs, Communications, etc.