New Hampshire
Occupational Therapy Association

Annual Conference

  • 21 Oct 2017
  • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Manchester Campus)

Registration

  • This discounted rate ends Sept. 30!
  • This discounted rate ends Sept. 15!
  • Please bring ID to verify your retiree status at event check-in!
  • This discounted rate ends Sept. 30!
  • This discounted rate ends Sept. 15!
  • Please bring your student ID for event check-in!


NHOTA Annual Conference 2017

Reflect, Act, Inspire: 

Occupational Therapy for the Next 100 Years


Day/Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017

7.5 CEUs

Venue: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Manchester Campus), 22 Fir Street, Manchester, NH 

Online Registration Closes Oct. 19!


Cost: 


Members

-Discount Rate - Register before

      Sept. 30: $175

-Regular Rate - $190


Soon-to-Be Members 

-Discount Rate - Register before

     Sept. 30: $210

-Regular Rate - $225


Student Rate - $25


Retiree Rate - $85


*Add $20 for Walk-In Registration*


CANCELLATION POLICY:  Cancellations received by 10/14/17 will be refunded less a 10% administrative fee. No refund requests will be accepted on or after 10/15/17 due to catering commitment.  



Need a place to stay on Oct. 20th?

LaQuinta Inns & Suites (21 Front Street, Manchester, NH) is offering a special rate of $139/night to NHOTA Conference attendees!  Complimentary hot breakfast included.  Click here for more details.

HOW TO BOOK: Call 603-669-5400 and ask for a Pinkerton Class Room

HOTEL BOOKING DEADLINE: Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017

HOTEL CANCELLATION POLICY: 24 hours in advance to avoid 1 night room & tax penalty



Agenda:

Registration

Business Meeting - 0.5 CEU

Keynote - 1 CEU

Morning Session - 2 CEUs

Lunch, Legislative Updates, Awards, Raffles, Posters, & Vendors - 1 CEU

Afternoon Session - 2 CEUs

Closing Activity: Kindness COnnecTions - 1 CEU



Presentations to include:

  • Paul Bonzani: Clinical Examination and Treatment of Wrist Pathologies
  • Simon Carson and Heather Coles: Current Approaches in Cognitive Rehabilitation for Individuals with Mild-to-Moderate Cognitive Impairment
  • Amy Craig: Clinical Case Studies and Instruction for the Bioness Integrative Therapy System for Vision, Perception, and Executive Functioning (Morning Session) / Will Lautzenheiser: OT Practices Pre and Post Arm Transplantation Surgery (Afternoon Session)
  • Donna Downing and Susan Noyes: Reviewing the Evidence for OT Interventions in Behavioral Healthcare
  • Laurie McIntosh and Patricia Dukeman: Providing Accessible Text to All Students Using Chrome Extensions
  • Heidi Robertson: Reflex Integration: What You Need to Know and Why They Are So Important

AND

Keynote Speaker Will Lautzenheiser


Click here for presentation details!


Haven't signed up for your session track yet?

If you were not prompted to choose a session during your registration process, please call our office at 603-868-7475 or email NHOTA@lexian.com and tell us your preferred session number (please choose ONLY ONE).  Hurry - seating may be limited for some sessions!

Session 1: Clinical Examination and Treatment of Wrist Pathologies - Paul Bonzani (2-Part Session)

Session 2: Current Approaches in Cognitive Rehabilitation for Individuals with Mild-to-Moderate Cognitive Impairment - Simon Carson & Heather Coles (2-Part Session)

Session 3: Clinical Case Studies and Instruction for the Bioness Integrative Therapy System for Vision, Perception, and Executive Functioning - Amy Craig (Morning-Only Session) … OT Practices Pre and Post Arm Transplantation Surgery – Will Lautzenheiser (Afternoon-Only Session)

Session 4: Reviewing the Evidence for OT Interventions in Behavioral Healthcare - Donna Downing & Susan Noyes (2-Part Session)

Session 5: Providing Accessible Text to All Students Using Chrome Extensions - Laurie McIntosh & Patricia Dukeman (2-Part Session)

Session 6: Reflex Integration: What You Need to Know and Why They Are So Important - Heidi Robertson (2-Part Session)

*PLEASE NOTE: All conference attendees will be welcome to attend the keynote address in addition to 1 of the 6 sessions!



New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Association   

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


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