New Hampshire
Occupational Therapy Association

NHOTA Fall Conference 2018

  • 20 Oct 2018
  • 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • MA College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Manchester, NH

Registration

NHOTA Fall Conference 2018: 

101 Reasons to Choose OT

Saturday, October 20, 2018

7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

MA College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

22 Fir Street, Manchester, NH


Online registration is now closed, 

but it's not too late to join us... 

Walk-Ins Welcome!

*Walk-in fees: Add $20 to registration rates listed below*


2018 Conference Brochure

Continuing Education: Earn up to 7.5 CEUs / 7.5 Contact Hours / 

7.5 Clock Hours / 7.5 PDUs *

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


Parking & Directions:

Please 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.  

For more information, please click here to visit the MCPHS Manchester website.


Registration Cost:

NHOTA Members (Early Bird Rate through September 14) - $180

NHOTA Members (Standard Rate begins September 15) - $200

Non-Members - $250

Students - $25  

Retirees - $25

New England OT Association Members (Outside of NH) - Please contact our office at 603-868-7475 to register at the NHOTA Member Rate!

*Add $20 to all rates for Walk-In Registration*


If we hit 101 registrants, we will hold a drawing for a $50 gift card to the Common Man!


Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received by 10/12/18 will be refunded less a 10% administrative fee. No refund requests accepted on or after 10/13/18 due to catering commitment. 


We are now accepting nominations for the Fieldwork Supervisor Award! The winner will be announced at Conference. Click here to download a nomination form.


Presentations - When Registering, Please Choose One Session to Attend:

Click here for course descriptions

1) A Neurological Map of Executive Functioning: From the Brain to the Classroom - Stacy Picard

2) The Critical Link Between Vision, ADL, Academic Performance, and Rehabilitation - Amy Pruszenski

3) The Future is Now: Advancements in Upper Extremity Prosthetics - Amy Quinney / Upper Quarter Tips and Tricks for the Non-CHT - Joanne Pennington

4) Collaborative Role of Optometry and Occupational Therapy in Treating Visual Dysfunction - Angela Butler & Kathleen O'Leary

5) Barriers Breakdown! Evaluating the Physical Environment - Denise Finch

6) Every Moment Counts: Positive Mental Health Promotion Across Settings - Ann Kline & Marta Kilrain


Agenda

7:30 Registration, Continental Breakfast, & Exhibitors

8:00 Kickoff to Conference Business Meeting (0.5 CEU)

8:30 Exhibitors, Student Posters, & Assessments

8:45 Keynote Address: Billy the Coach (1.0 CEU)

9:45 Snack Break & Exhibitors

10:00 Educational Sessions Part I (2.0 CEU)

12:00 Lunch, Legislative Talk (featuring AOTAPAC address by Sarah McKinnon), Awards, Raffles (1.0 CEU)

2:00 Educational Sessions Part II (2.0 CEU)

4:00 Leadership Development: Meet the NHOTA Board, ask questions, and discuss issues facing the OT profession (1.0 CEU)

5:00 Conference Concludes


We are excited to present our keynote speaker... Billy the Coach!

Achieve higher levels of healthy living, mindfulness, mental performance, imagination, and innovation with Billy the Coach's Engines of Excellence!

A recent study by Northwestern University found a dramatic increase in “functional capacity” among those choosing a healthier lifestyle. As an Executive Health & Performance Coach, Billy knows that for many hardworking individuals, there’s a gap between how well they take care of their careers and how well they take care of their physical and mental health. Closing this gap is what “Billy the Coach” does best.

Billy’s core philosophy of energetic wellness is this: What will you choose next? To put in your mouth, to do with your body, to think about, to do with your career? Your success is built step by step, choice by choice, in every area of your life.


Vendor Opportunities: 

Gold Sponsor

For-Profit Organization - $500

Non-Profit Organization - $400

Silver Sponsor

For-Profit Organization - $300

Non-Profit Organization - $200

Bronze Sponsor

For-Profit Organization - $150

Non-Profit Organization - $100

All silver and bronze sponsorships include 1 meal.  All gold sponsorships include 2 meals. 

Additional meals are available for purchase at $30 each. 

Click here to see the benefits of each sponsor level and to download a sponsorship form


Thank you to our Gold Sponsors! 

Boothby Therapy Services 

Concord Hospital

University of New Hampshire


Thank you to our Venue Sponsor! 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 


Thank you to our Speaker Sponsor! 

Lexian Management

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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