New Hampshire
Occupational Therapy Association

Upcoming events

    • 12 Jun 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Concord Hospital, Concord, NH
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    Topic: OT in Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH)

    Continuing Education: 0.2 CEUs / 2 Contact Hours / 

    2 Clock Hours / 2 PDUs *

    *In accordance with NBCOT and AOTA guidelines, the NHOTA is now providing conversions for all possible ways to log continuing education credits.

    Day/Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

    Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Venue: Pitman Family Conference Room, Concord Hospital, Concord, NH 

    Cost: Members - $20

                Non-Members - $35

              Students - $5 (Please bring your student ID)


    Please note recent price changes.  

    Become a member today and save $15.00 on all your SIS registrations! 

    Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received prior to the event will be refunded less a 25% administrative fee.  Alternatively, the registration fee may be applied as a credit toward another event.


    SIS Registrants: You could win a FREE ticket to NHOTA Conference 2019! The member who attends the most SIS events between 8/27/18 and the opening of Conference 2019 registration will be chosen as the winner.  You must be an NHOTA Member and sign in at each SIS event you attend in order to be entered into the contest. 


    Presenters: Alexa Trolley-Hanson, MS, OTR/L

    Presenter Bio: 

    Alexa Trolley-Hanson, MS OTR/L graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2004. Since that time she has worked in a variety of clinical settings including family centered early supports and services, outpatient pediatric clinics, infant special care nursery, and most recently at a residential treatment facility for people in recovery from Substance Use Disorders. As a clinical professor at UNH Alexa has focused her teaching and research around promoting psychosocial occupational therapy across the age span and improving the mental/behavioral health continuum of care. She is currently working on an interprofessional federal grant to develop the role of OT in integrated primary care settings.

    Goals/objectives:

    1. By the end of the session, participants will identify the key components of integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) and how it is being implemented in NH.

    2. By the end of the session, participants will be able to describe the role of OT in PCBH settings.

    3. By the end of the session, participants will be able to identify opportunities within their own practice to promote integration of mental/behavioral health services across the continuum of care.

    • 26 Jun 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • MA College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Manchester, NH
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    Topic: Promoting Your OT Expertise Using the OTPF and Occupational Profile

    Continuing Education: 0.2 CEUs / 2 Contact Hours / 

    2 Clock Hours / 2 PDUs *

    *In accordance with NBCOT and AOTA guidelines, the NHOTA is now providing conversions for all possible ways to log continuing education credits.

    Day/Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Venue: MA College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, 22 Fir Street, Manchester, NH 

    Parking & Directions:

    Please note that the Elm Street address frequently listed online is for mail only and the Fir Street address should be used when attending events at MCPHS. 

    Turn onto Fir Street, located off of Elm Street.  Parking is available immediately to the right, or you can turn left and travel to the designated visitor parking lot.  Parking is free in both lots.

    Enter the building at 22 Fir Street, where there will be a security guard to let you in.  Please click here for more information and a visual regarding where to enter the building.  

    Cost: Members - $20

                Non-Members - $35

              Students - $5 (Please bring your student ID)


    Please note recent price changes.  

    Become a member today and save $15.00 on all your SIS registrations! 

    Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received prior to the event will be refunded less a 25% administrative fee.  Alternatively, the registration fee may be applied as a credit toward another event.


    SIS Registrants: You could win a FREE ticket to NHOTA Conference 2019! The member who attends the most SIS events between 8/27/18 and the opening of Conference 2019 registration will be chosen as the winner.  You must be an NHOTA Member and sign in at each SIS event you attend in order to be entered into the contest. 


    Presenters: Denise Finch, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, FAOTA and Angela Butler, MS, OTR/L

    Presenter Bios: 

    Denise Finch is an OT with more than 35 years of experience. For many of those years, she operated WorkRite Medical Associates, a private practice specializing in work evaluation, rehabilitation and ergonomics. She is now an assistant professor in the MSOT program at MCPHS University in Manchester, NH. She currently teaches courses in clinical reasoning, environments and technology and management.

    Angela graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a master’s degree in occupational therapy in 2009. She has experience working with adult and geriatric populations across the continuum of care and specializes in treating clients who have sustained neurological injury and visual dysfunction. Angela incorporates clinical experience into her role as assistant professor of occupational therapy and teaches courses in mental health, assessments, adult rehabilitation and vision and cognition.

    Goals/objectives:

    1. Complete an occupational profile using the AOTA format.

    2. Identify and use the OTPF's occupational performance language in practice.

    3. Analyze the OTPF and its value in explaining and identifying opportunities for and the distinct value of OT.

    4. Analyze areas of common interest relative to student learning and the needs of this practice area.

    Notes:

    Both presenters are committed to highlighting OT expertise in analyzing activities and mismatches between a person’s physical and mental capacities, the task demands and the environment. Come explore the Occupational Profile form, the OTPF and related performance language and discover its potential to help support your expertise and promote the distinct value of OT.

Past events

01 May 2019 Late Stage Dementia
10 Apr 2019 Building a Goal Bank: A Review of Current Goal Writing Requirements and An Opportunity to Collaborate
27 Mar 2019 Occupational Therapy Groups for Treating Social Anxiety
13 Feb 2019 Behavioral Activation: Lessons for Occupational Therapy
06 Feb 2019 Driving Goals, Intervention, Assessment for the Generalist OT (Part 2)
31 Jan 2019 Sensory vs. Behavior in Pediatrics
30 Jan 2019 Introduction to Driver Rehabilitation (Part 1)
18 Dec 2018 The ICU Diary: A Mental Health Intervention
05 Nov 2018 Promoting Client Centered Occupational Therapy for Veterans through Military Cultural Competency
20 Oct 2018 NHOTA Fall Conference 2018
28 Aug 2018 Assessment of Functional Cognition with Adults
27 Jun 2018 Making Behavior Change: Use of the Social Cognitive Theory
30 May 2018 Every Moment Counts - Bringing Social Emotional Learning to Your Schools
23 May 2018 The Occupational Profile and the OTPF: Promoting the Distinct Value of OT in Mental Health
02 May 2018 Mindfulness in the Classroom
12 Apr 2018 Tai Chi and Mindful Movement
04 Apr 2018 Building a Goal Bank: A Review of Current Goal Writing Requirements and an Opportunity to Collaborate
27 Mar 2018 Building Hope for Recovery
24 Mar 2018 OT Social with NHOTA
20 Mar 2018 Edema Management Techniques for the Upper Extremity
28 Feb 2018 Art Therapy
21 Feb 2018 3D Prosthetic Hand
30 Jan 2018 Psychospiritual Integration Applied
23 Jan 2018 Psychospiritual Integration Theory: How Spirituality Can Inform Clinical Reasoning
07 Dec 2017 Town Hall Meeting
09 Nov 2017 Art & Music Therapy: Creative Collaborations
21 Oct 2017 Annual Conference
03 Oct 2017 Every Moment Counts - Fall 2017
26 Sep 2017 The Role of OT in Vision Rehabilitation
12 Sep 2017 Psycho-Spiritual Integration Theory
12 Jul 2017 The Hemiplegic Shoulder: Problem Solving for Function
22 Jun 2017 Conquering Behaviors From Within
15 Jun 2017 Addressing the Needs of the Stressed and Dysregulated Clients
10 May 2017 Children & Youth SIS - Enhancing Executive Functioning Skills in the Lives of Your Students
06 May 2017 Every Moment Counts - Spring 2017
03 Apr 2017 Cognition: Behavior and Executive Functions
23 Mar 2017 Tools for Emotion Regulation
08 Mar 2017 Providing Accessible Educational Materials on Chromebooks
08 Feb 2017 Brainstorming and Share Out!
15 Dec 2016 Enhancing Fieldwork Experiences to Support Student Development
28 Nov 2016 Introduction to SBIRT
09 Nov 2016 What Makes Me Special! Unique Expressions of Joy Through the Parent's Eye
15 Oct 2016 2016 Fall Conference
05 Oct 2016 Children & Youth SIS: Evaluation Panel - What Are We Including in Our OT Evaluations & How Do We Word It?
08 Sep 2016 Physical Disability & Gerontology SIS
16 Jun 2016 Coping with Anxiety: Learning to Apply Coping Skills to Help Decrease Anxiety
11 May 2016 Children & Youth SIS Meeting
20 Apr 2016 Phys Dis SIS: CMC Arthroplasties
30 Mar 2016 Children & Youth SIS Meeting
24 Mar 2016 Mental Health SIS Meeting
16 Mar 2016 Monthly Board Meeting
10 Feb 2016 More Executive Functioning and Zones of Regulation
04 Nov 2015 SIS Children & Youth: Executive Function in Students K-12
03 Oct 2015 NHOTA Fall Conference October 3, 2015
23 Sep 2015 SIS Phys Dis Evening Lecture: Soft Anatomy
10 Jun 2015 Ulnar-sided Wrist Pain: Options for Treatment
27 May 2015 OT Children & Youth SIS Meeting: Apps for Education
06 May 2015 Dupuytren's Disease: A Prospectus
15 Apr 2015 OT Children & Youth SIS: Sensory Stations, 4/15/15
11 Mar 2015 OT Children & Youth SIS: Vision Clubs on Wed. 3/11/15
15 Dec 2014 NHOTA January 2015 Board Meeting
15 Dec 2014 NHOTA December 2014 Board Meeting
03 Dec 2014 Children & Youth SIS Meeting: 12/3/14 Drums Alive!
19 Nov 2014 Phys Dis SIS : Splinting for the Thumb: Why and How
17 Nov 2014 NHOTA November 2014 Board Meeting
25 Oct 2014 NHOTA Fall Conference October 25, 2014
20 Oct 2014 NHOTA October 2014 Board Meeting
15 Sep 2014 NHOTA September 2014 Board Meeting
21 Jul 2014 NHOTA July 2014 Board Meeting
16 Jun 2014 NHOTA June 2014 Board Meeting
04 Jun 2014 Children & Youth SIS: Zones of Regulation Program, Wed. June 4, 2014
19 May 2014 NHOTA May 2014 Board Meeting
03 May 2014 2014 NHOTA Spring Event
30 Apr 2014 Children & Youth SIS Meeting: "What Color is Monday?" with Carrie Cariello
21 Apr 2014 NHOTA April 2014 Board Meeting
17 Mar 2014 NHOTA March 2014 Board Meeting
17 Feb 2014 NHOTA February 2014 Board Meeting
12 Feb 2014 Children & Youth SIS Meeting: On Target OT
20 Jan 2014 NHOTA January 2014 Board Meeting
11 Dec 2013 OT Children and Youth SIS Meeting
04 Dec 2013 Phys Dis SIS Meeting: Thermoplastic Splinting Materials
20 Nov 2013 Phys Dis SIS Meeting: MYOFASCIAL RELEASE
18 Nov 2013 NHOTA November 2013 Board Meeting
30 Oct 2013 Children& Youth SIS Meeting October 30, 2013
25 Oct 2013 2013 NHOTA Fall Event
21 Oct 2013 NHOTA October 2013 Board Meeting
16 Sep 2013 NHOTA September 2013 Board Meeting
17 Jun 2013 NHOTA June 2013 Board Meeting
08 Jun 2013 Maine OT Association 2013 Spring Conference
08 Jun 2013 MeOTA Spring Conference
20 May 2013 NHOTA May 2013 Board Meeting
15 May 2013 Phys Dis SIS Meeting: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
17 Apr 2013 "Make it and Take it" - Children and Youth SIS Meeting
15 Apr 2013 NHOTA April 2013 Board Meeting
13 Apr 2013 NHOTA Spring Event: Drug Free Interventions for Challenging Behaviors
06 Apr 2013 The Related Service Provider's Guide to Writing Measureable IEP Goals
18 Mar 2013 NHOTA March 2013 Board Meeting
13 Mar 2013 Children & Youth SIS Meeting
18 Feb 2013 NHOTA February 2013 Board Meeting
28 Jan 2013 NHOTA January 2013 Board Meeting : CANCELLED 1/28/13
23 Jan 2013 Children & Youth SIS Meeting
19 Nov 2012 NHOTA November Board Meeting
02 Nov 2012 Myofascial Release Training Seminar
26 Oct 2012 2012 NHOTA Fall Event
15 Oct 2012 NHOTA October Board Meeting
14 Oct 2012 Write On! Understand and treat visual/vestibular based difficulties to improve handwriting
28 Sep 2012 Child Yoga Training
26 Sep 2012 Children & Youth SIS Meeting
24 Sep 2012 AOTA Capitol Hill Day
21 Sep 2012 Spiral Foundation Sensory Integration Course
17 Sep 2012 NHOTA Board Meeting
18 Jun 2012 NHOTA Board Meeting 6 PM
30 May 2012 Children& Youth SIS Meeting

New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Association   

Office: 1 Simons Lane, Suite 2, Newmarket, NH 03857
Mail: P.O. Box 842, Durham, NH 03824 
Phone: (603) 868-7475


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