ALOTA Fall Conference is September 21-23, 2018

Orange Beach, Alabama

Join us for our annual Fall Conference on the beautiful beaches of Alabama. Our keynote this year is Shawn Phipps, outgoing VP for the American Occupational Therapy Association and OT advocate extraordinaire. Click here to register.  Click here for Hotel information.  

Click here to see the agenda. 

Please click here for information on corporate sponsorship, and follow the "Advertising with ALOTA" link

Nominations for awards and scholarships are now open! 

Click here for applications and information

The Benefits of Membership

Advocate – Educate – Collaborate

You insure the most valuable things in your life – things like your house and your car – why would you not insure your job? ALOTA is the only organization dedicated to be your professional advocate as an occupational therapy practitioner (and future practitioners for our students). It takes resources to do this. This is done through your membership dues and attending our continuing education offerings. We regularly offer some of the most cost efficient and highest quality continuing education in the state. But it is more than just continuing education – our events are designed to promote networking and collaboration in settings that encourage a work-play balance. Do your part. Not a member? Join today, it is easy – just click on the link below. Past member but need to renew? Also easy! Just follow the link. And then make sure you join us in the fall at the beach!
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Welcome to ALOTA!

The Alabama Occupational Therapy Association (ALOTA) is a member organization. ALOTA is the state-based professional organization and public voice for the occupational therapy profession within Alabama. Members consist of occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, occupational therapy students, and corporate sponsors who employ occupational therapy personnel. ALOTA is a state affiliate of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), which is the national professional association. ALOTA and AOTA share the common goals of working to advance the profession of occupational therapy, the public’s awareness of and access to needed occupational therapy services, and the contributions of occupational therapy to health, wellness, productivity and quality of life.