Conferences

NCOTA 2017 Annual Fall Conference - Exhibit Application

Saturday November 11, 2017   McKimmon Center in Raleigh, NC
We are now accepting reservations for our 2017 Annual Fall Conference Exhibit Hall. This event is one of the largest gatherings of OTs in NC each year. Our Exhibit Hall is active all day providing excellent exposure and interactive opportunities to inform our participants about your employment openings, products and services.  

For more information or to download a form, use this link: Exhibitor Prospectus.   The registration form can be found at Registration Form


Questions: Email us at NCOTAConference@gmail.com

We look forward to your participation.  
The Board and Conference Committee of NCOTA


 

 

Durham Conference Evaluations 2017

We appreciate your participation in our Spring Conference in Durham. We value your feedback to continuously improve our organization and the education and networking opportunities we plan for OT practitioners and students.

Please reflect on your conference experience and complete the Overall Conference Survey as well as individual surveys for each session you attended. Simply click on the links below, and be sure to click "SUBMIT" at the end of each survey.

Durham Overall Evaluation

1A - Health and Wellness

1B - OT for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

2A - Telehealth: Opportunities for Intervention, Mentoring and Supervision

2B - Delirium: Causes, Interventions and the Role of OT

3A - Creating Optimal OT Intervention for Older Clients

3B - The Importance of Life Skills Within and Acute Psychiatric Population

4A - Empowering People with Speech Disabilities

4B - The Synergy of Tai Chi and OT

Ethics: AOTA Code of Ethics, in Context

 

 

 

We appreciate your participation in our Spring Conference.  We value your feedback to continuously improve our organization and the education and networking opportunities we plan for OT practitioners and students.

Please reflect on your conference experience and complete the Overall Conference Survey as well as individual surveys for each session you attended. Simply click on the links below, and be sure to click "SUBMIT" at the end of each survey. 

Overall Spring Conference Survey - Concord

1A - A Contemporary Approach to Pediatric Self-Regulation: Building an Evaluation Plan Beyond Sensory Processing

1B - Ensuring Integrative Learning Between Coursework and Fieldwork: One School’s Example

2A - Introducing Occupational Therapy into Pediatric Primary Care

2B - Yes, You Can! Tools and Tips for Fieldwork Educators

3A - Assistive Technology Writing Supports Across the Lifespan

3B - More than 1:1: Utilizing a Collaborative Fieldwork Supervision Model for Student Success

4A - Early Power Mobility Affects Development

4B - Empowering People with Speech Disabilities to Telecommunicate Independently

Ethics for Occupational Therapy Practitioners: Navigating Disagreement on Type/Intensity of Intervention

 

2017 Spring Conferences

The spring conferences provide a full day of engaging and affordable continuing education, and are always a great opportunity to showcase innovative research and practice, as well as network with other practitioners in the state. See information below for each event and the link to evaluation forms after your attendance. We appreciate your participation and feedback.

Durham Conference Evaluations April 22, 2017

Conference Evaluations - Concord Feb 25, 2017

CE: Each event offers 7 hours of continuing education credit, including the required hour of ethics credit.

April 22 - Durham Technical Community College, Durham, NC 

Link to Program details:   Workshop Details and Overview

If you have any questions, please reach out to the conference planning committee at NCOTAConference@gmail.com 

Best,
Katherine DeWitt & Anna Walls

NCOTA Continuing Education Co-Chairs