WVOTA News

A new document has been added to the Meeting Minutes & Reports Page: Meeting Minutes 11 2013. Click here to view

 

The April 2012 Representative Assembly Meeting was very interesting with discussion over the motions that I presented to the membership at the AOTA/WVOTA meeting in Charleston. Below is a summary of the actions taken in Indianapolis.

The next WVOTA meeting will be Saturday April 14, 2012 at Charleston Area Medical Center, Occupational Therapy department at 10:00 
Program: AOTA resolutions and action items with business meeting to follow.

Legislative Day February 2, 2012

If you have not renewed your membership for 2012, please become a member today - We Need You.

WVOTA Meeting 
Saturday November 19, 2011 
10:00am at Mountain State University, 
Occupational Therapy Department 
Program: 
Review of budget and business meeting.

The 2011 Annual Conference schedule and registration is now available on the Annual Conference page.

 

Call for Papers for the WVOTA conference Saturday October 22, 2011 to be held at Ramada Inn in South Charleston, WV. Send paper proposals to Mary Hager, conference chair, 5310 Edgebrook Rd., Cross Lanes, WV 25313 or to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by June 27, 2011.

PLAN TO ATTEND IN THE FALL!

The WVOTA Annual Conference

This 2-day Fall conference is your up-close and personal opportunity to learn how WVOTA and AOTA are working to safeguard and advance your OT practice! Earn contact hours, network, and gain free $ towards NBCOT. Food and drinks provided!

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WVOTA and National School Backpack Awareness Day
The mission of the West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association (WVOTA) is to help support, protect and advocate for the Occupational Therapy professionals who practice within West Virginia.
West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association shared a link.
Repeal of cap on Medicare outpatient therapy services
The mission of the West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association (WVOTA) is to help support, protect and advocate for the Occupational Therapy professionals who practice within West Virginia.
West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association shared a link.
Fleischauer And Summers Receive Awards For Work On Opioid Abuse Solutions
The mission of the West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association (WVOTA) is to help support, protect and advocate for the Occupational Therapy professionals who practice within West Virginia.
West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association shared a link.