2017 TNOTA CONFERENCE – Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at Belmont University in Nashville

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! EARLY BIRD PRICES END AUG. 19. 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Shawn Phipps, PhD, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA
Vice President
American Occupational Therapy Association

Chief Quality Officer & Associate Hospital Administrator
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Board of Councilors
University of Southern California
USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy

Read full bio HERE. 


EXHIBITOR INFORMATION
If you are interested in exhibiting at the 2017 TNOTA Conference, click here. 


STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Student scholarships are presented at the conference. Applications must be submitted by August 31. For full information, view the TNOTA scholarship form


SILENT AUCTION
Every year at the TNOTA conference we host a silent auction. The money raised from the auction supports the TNOTA student scholarships.

This year we are accepting books and baskets. If you would like to make a donation, please fill out this form. 

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Members of TNOTA’s Board of Directors met with Governor Bill Haslam last week for the signing of House Joint Resolution No. 232, honoring occupational therapists on the 100th anniversary of the profession. Thank you to Representative Jernigan for sponsoring the bill!

W. TN Rural District Meeting – June 29

Click here for more information: OT Network Meeting June 29 2017 

AOTF Awards & Recognition Program – 2018 Nominations OPEN

 CLICK HERE for full information.

Thank you Rep. Jernigan! 

TNOTA would like to thank Representative Jernigan for sponsoring House Joint Resolution No. 232, honoring occupational therapists on the 100th anniversary of the profession. Read resolution HERE. 

Practitioners and Students Promote OT on the Hill

Pictured left to right: David S. McGuire, Teresa Plummer, Senator Bo Watson, Brittany Work, Angie Salvucci, and Evan Pendygraft

Read about our successful Day on the Hill HERE!