The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) recently announced its 2012 video contest, which asked AOTA members and students, “What is OT?” The contest is open to all members. 

AOTA reports that it is seeking a response in the videos entered that communicates to the public why OT may be a service they need, what adds uniqueness and value to OT, and how it assists patients in maximizing quality of life. AOTA adds that a clip of the winning video will be shown at the Welcome Ceremony during the AOTA’s Annual Conference & Expo, Indianapolis, Ind, April 26.

According to a recent AOTA news release, while the deadline for student videos has passed, the deadline for all videos created by AOTA members is midnight (EST) February 29. Videos cannot exceed 4 minutes and 30 seconds; there is also a limit of one video per submitter. AOTA notes that AOTA staff and volunteers will select the winning video. The winning video’s creator will be informed by April 9.

For more information, click here.

Source: AOTA