Welcome to New Mexico Occupational Therapy Association
Recently an email was sent out to everyone regarding the NMOTA sponsored Torticollis Workshop that will focus on an alternative approach to the oftentimes painful stretching practice that parents are given as a part of home programming. If you are interested please contact Gerri Duran - firstname.lastname@example.org for Registration Information.
SAVE THE DATE
2013 Annual NMOTA Conference!
Sept 6-7, 2013
O3 in 2013.
Occupation: Who we are
Occupation: What we do
Occupation: How we do it
Keynote Speaker, Anne G. Fisher, Sc.D, OT, FAOTA
Plenary Speaker, Amy Lamb, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA
If you would like to participate as a speaker or Presenter this year please download the appropropriate form below and submit it to the conference committee by the due dates noted.
Call for Papers 2013.doc (Due date: June 15th, 2013)
Call for Posters 2013.doc (Due date: August 20th, 2013)
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Several emails with important Conference Updates will be sent out during the next few months so please check your inbox for the messages from Gerri Duran... (email@example.com)
To insure that you receive these and other important messages from NMOTA - Please! add the following email addresses to your contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
4/23/2013 - Last years Exhibitor Links are still available.
Please Note: Membership Enrollment from the "Enroll Now" link on our membership page is now available. If you are currently a Member but have not recieved a website log in account or welcome letter please contact tech support.
At NMOTA our mission is to promote and develop the practice of Occupational Therapy in the state of New Mexico and to provide peer support to members by:
Fostering the relationship and collaboration between NMOTA and AOTA
Advocating legislation that is supportive and favorable to occupational therapy practice
Promoting professional development through continuing education and research opportunities, and awareness of current issues impacting occupational therapy
Developing and encouraging relationships within the OT community and with other professions and organizations.
"We envision that occupational therapy is a powerful, widely recognized, science-driven, and evidence-based profession with a globally connected and diverse workforce meeting society's occupational needs."
-AOTA Centennial Vision
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