The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) will host its 2018 Conference & Expo from April 19 – 22, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The event is expected to attract more than 10,000 attendees to Salt Palace Convention Center, making it the world’s largest gathering of occupational therapy professionals.
Amramp will join practitioners, students, and other industry members coming together to learn about AOTA’s Vision 2025 and catch a glimpse into the future of occupational therapy.
Conference highlights include the ability to earn up to 24 contact hours, as well as an all-new focus on tech-based sessions. Attendees will have the chance to learn from 1,200 educational and poster sessions on topics such as:
- Beyond the Individual: Occupational Therapy’s Role in Public Health
- Assistive Technology for the Client with a Progressive Disorder: From Pencil to Power Wheelchair
- Implementing the Use of Functional Cognitive Assessments in Home and Community-Based Practice Settings for Clients with Mild Stroke
- Increasing Community Participation for Individuals Aging with a Long-Term Physical Disability
Additionally, attendees will hear from dynamic Keynote Speaker Nyle DiMarco, winner of “Dancing With the Stars” and “America’s Next Top Model,” advocate for American Sign Language; Honorary Spokesperson for Language Equality and Acquisition for Deaf Kids (LEAD-K); and Founder of the Nyle DiMarco Foundation. A champion for the deaf community, he will speak to audience members about his inspirational occupational journey.
The AOTA event will also feature an expo of industry products and job opportunities for students and practitioners. Amramp will be on-hand to showcase breakthrough products to improve patient transitions and support the rehabilitative work of occupational therapists.
Stop by the Amramp booth and see us — we look forward to meeting you in Salt Lake City!
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