Registration is now open for New York State Occupational Therapy Association’s (NYSOTA) annual conference, which will take place November 12-14 virtually on Whova. on November 12th, 13th and 14th 2021.

The weekend-long event will include 3 days of classes, speakers and networking opportunities to benefit all occupational therapists (OTs), occupational therapy assistants (OTAs) and OT/OTA students residing in New York State.

“The NYSOTA annual conference is our most anticipated event of the year,” says NYSOTA President Flo Hannes. “I welcome all OTs, OTAs and students to join us for this highly interactive, productive and entertaining weekend. Not only will attendees be able to earn over 30 continuing education credits, but they will also be educated on the most cutting edge research in the practice, information you won’t be able to find anywhere else.”

The virtual event will include 30 speakers and more than 50 research posters on a variety of topics related to the OT profession. Due to this year’s event being virtual, lectures and classes will be recorded for registered members to view at later times if they so desire. The event will provide networking opportunities, colleague interaction and education for all members of the OT community in New York State.

Founded in 1959, NYSOTA is the primary professional organization representing over 22,000 occupational therapy practitioners and students in New York State. NYSOTA collaborates with national professional organizations, New York State professional associations, and New York State governmental agencies to protect the integrity of the occupational therapy profession and assure consumer access to quality occupational therapy services. NYSOTA supports occupational therapy professionals through advocacy, professional development, networking opportunities, and resources. 

[Source(s): New York State Occupational Therapy Association, PRWeb]