The American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) 89th annual Conference & Expo is planned from April 23 to 26 in Houston.

Health care reform, clinical issues, competency in practice, preserving consumer access, and public awareness are among the key areas that will be addressed.

More than 3,100 OT practitioners, educators, and students are expected to attend the preconference institutes and seminars, educational sessions, roundtable discussions, poster sessions, and view the exhibit hall booths.

Content includes:
•Academic education
•Accessibility and environmental modification
•Administration and management
•Developmental disabilities
•Driving and community mobility
•Early intervention
•Feeding and swallowing
•Fieldwork education
•General and professional Issues
•Gerontology/productive aging
•Health and wellness
•Home and community health
•International and cultural issues
•Low vision
•Mental health
•Occupational science
•Occupational therapy assistant issues
•Physical rehabilitation
•Private practice/entrepreneurship in practice
•Public policy
•School systems
•Sensory integration/sensory processing
•Work and industry

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[Source: AOTA]