Legislative Wrap Up for 2014

Tnota’s lobbyist, John Williams, has put together a report detailing the legislation passed in 2014 that affects OT’s. Click here to read it.

ACA Webinar with Dan Brown!

AOTA’s Senior State Policy Analyst, Dan Brown, will be hosting a special webinar for TNOTA about the new Affordable Care Act and its effect on Tennessee’s OT practitioners. Learn more and sign up here.

Milligan College “Burnout” Survey

Milligan College is conducting research on the levels of burnout experienced among rehabilitation professionals in the fields of occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology. Participate in the study by taking the survey here.

Obamacare: The Employer’s Responsibilities

John Williams’ latest article about the Affordable Care Act discusses the insurance responsibilities that will be required of small employers as well as large employers. Click here to read it.

TNOTA Lobbyist John Williams featured in Advance magazine!

Click here to see the full article.

Take a look at our new Special Interests Section

You can find it under the “Resources” tab, or click here.

Gov. Haslam declares April Occupation Therapy Month

Read the proclamation here!

Apply to be an Emerging Leader with AOTA!

The application deadline is May 13th, 2013. Click here for more information.

Settlement Eases Rules for Some Medicare Patients

Tens of thousands of people with chronic conditions and disabilities may find it easier to qualify for Medicare coverage of potentially costly home health care, skilled nursing home stays and outpatient therapy under policy changes planned by the Obama administration. Read the entire New York Times article.

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2014 Annual Conference

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Conference Registration

Registration is open for the 2014 Conference! Click here to register.

NOTE: Join now to take advantage of special registration discounts for members. Click here to join, then return to this page to register.

Students willing to volunteer for the conference may attend free (limited to first 50 to register). You must volunteer at least 3 hours for school credit. Click here to register as a volunteer.


  • All meals and breaks are included in conference registration
  • Attendance may be limited at some sessions; registration will be accepted on first come basis
  • If you have special dietary or access needs, please contact Joyce McDaniel

If you are unable to attend both days, you may register for one day of the conference only – click for Friday or Saturday registration. You may also register for the Ethics & Jurisprudence session only.

Exhibitors: Reserve your spot at the Conference

During this convention, we ask convention attendees to visit each exhibitor’s booth. Convention attendees will be eligible for a drawing by visiting all booths. We encourage exhibitors to participate by acknowledging attendees’ visits. Space is limited. Click here to register.

2014 Auction to benefit the Student Scholarship Fund

This year, we are accepting donations of baskets or used books to be auctioned off at the annual conference. If you would like to make a donation, please fill out this form.

 2014 TNOTA Awards and Student Scholarship

 Click here for more information.

2013 Legislative Day on the Hill