In my role as the Professional Development Coordinator for Research & Education for the Technology Special Interest Section (TSIS), I am responsible for the development and implementation of 'Appy Hour,' a special Tech Day session devoted to the many ways that occupational therapy practitioners are using apps to improve practice. With 500+ attendees in 2014 and 1,000+ in 2015, Appy Hour is rightly characterized as one of AOTA's "fastest growing conference sessions." Be sure stop by Appy Hour 2016 in Chicago! We have a great lineup of presentations ready for you!!
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Occupational therapists prevent illness, remediate disability, and restore health by enabling participation in meaningful occupations (activities of daily living, work, & leisure).
This blog contains examples of how I participate in the profession of occupational therapy.