Announcements

  • Do you have questions about upcoming licensure changes? Check out our FAQ page, developed in partnership with the Tennessee Board of Occupational Therapy!
  • Visit the TNOTA advocacy page to stay informed on our actions on telehealth and other initiatives to protect our profession. Email [email protected] to join our advocacy committee!
  • Suicide Prevention: TNOTA hosts several suicide prevention courses per year. View these events on the TNOTA calendar, or check out the new suicide prevention page for details. 
  • Check out TNOTA's new Diversity & Inclusion page!  
  • TNOTA Occupational Therapy Mentorship Program: Check out the *NEW* Mentorship Resources!
  • Voting results are in! Congratulations to the 2021-2022 TNOTA Philanthropy Partner, Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center! Be on the lookout for opportunities to give & volunteer!

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2021 TNOTA Annual Conference & Student Track Theme: “Occupational Therapy: Meaningful Connections Through Meaningful Occupations”

2021 TNOTA Annual Conference & Student Track is September 10-12 in Nashville! Helping individuals participate in their meaningful occupations is the core of occupational therapy. In the world today, it can be difficult to make meaningful connections that have a great impact on our lives, particularly in this season of adversity and isolation. Occupational therapy can help individuals make connections through their occupations that will foster growth in all aspects of life. This year’s Conference & Student Track theme, “Occupational Therapy: Meaningful Connections Through Meaningful Occupations” will promote meaningful connections as we learn and grow together to help others with their meaningful occupations.

 

Call for papers for TNOTA's Annual Conference & Student Track is open from April 1-May 24, 2021.

Click the button below to download the call for papers instructions and submission packet!

Call for Papers Packet

 

2021-2022 Philanthropy Partner 

Voting results are in! Congratulations to TNOTA's 2021-2022 Philanthropy Partner, Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center! Be on the lookout for opportunities to give & volunteer!

For more information on TNOTA's Philanthropy program, visit our philanthropy page!

 

TNOTA & Aspire OT

TNOTA is pleased to host our online course library with our partners at Aspire OT, an online continuing education platform created by OT practitioners, for OT practitioners. 

 

New courses are added monthly. Access past and current continuing education courses hosted by TNOTA's districts. Most courses are free for TNOTA members. 

 
TNOTA Member AspireOT Access
Non-member AspireOT Access

 



Diversity & Inclusion
  


 Ever wonder how you can partner alongside marginalized groups to make change? What exactly does it mean to be an ally
 Check out the brand new series "Anatomy of An Ally" - a
 7-part series that will show how we can use our mouth, nose, eyes, ears, heart, and hands to make true change in equity and inclusion. 
Click here to check it out  ----> Anatomy of An Ally Series

 

  

Discounted CEU Benefits

As an additional member benefit, we have partnered with occupationaltherapy.com to offer discounted CEUs! Please click the link below to take advantage of this great deal. 

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TNOTA Research Opportunities

TNOTA has created a page to support ongoing efforts to further our profession by students, educators, and clinicians.  You can visit the page by clicking here.  Please support your colleagues in their attempts to provide evidence based practice for all OTs and OTAs.