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2018 TNOTA Program

2018 TNOTA Program

2018 TNOTA Annual Conference


October 6-7, 2018

Embassy Suites

1200 Conference Center Blvd

Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Mission:
Through communication, education, professional development,
advocacy and legislative involvement, the Tennessee Occupational
Therapy Association supports and encourages the provision and
availability of quality occupational therapy services to enhance
the occupational performance of consumers in Tennessee.

Vision:

The Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association’s member
participation, promotion of occupational therapy, and provision of
professional development designed to enhance occupational
performance among consumers will be a model for state occupational
therapy associations.

Annual Membership Dues:
OT - $80
OTA - $60
1st Year OT - $50
1st Year OTA - $40
Student - $20

Dear Members,

I want to sincerely thank you for your membership and support in this ever
changing healthcare environment. Your membership allows us to continually
advocate for the profession in Tennessee.


Sincerely,


David S. McGuire, OTR/L

President, TNOTA

Saturday October 6th, 2018


RED = INTRODUCTORY COURSE

BLUE = INTERMEDIATE COURSE

GREEN = ADVANCED COURSE




7:00-8:00 am REGISTRATION
8:00-9:30 am
KEYNOTE: PTSD AFTER SERIOUS ILLNESS: ISSUES AND ANSWERS

9:30-9:45 am James Jackson, PsyD

9:45-11:15 am

Room Mirabella E

BREAK

Role of OT and Special Collaborative Parent Utilizing Evidence
PT in the Interest in Coaching: An Alternative Based Practices
Handwriting Intervention in Occupational
Treatment of Hand for Kindergarten Students
Neuromuscular Therapy Therapy
CHILDREN & YOUTH
Disease REHAB Room GENERAL
ADULT Room Room
Room Mirabella B Mirabella C
Mirabella A Mirabella D

10:45 am-12:00 POSTERS
noon Room Mirabella E

12:00 to 1:30 pm LUNCH

(ON YOUR OWN)

1:30-5:00 pm State of the Art Mental Health Orthosis Fabrication The “Write Choice”
1:30-3:00 pm Assessment: Incorporating Workshop
the Recovery Model into Your
REHAB CHILDREN & YOUTH

Practice Room Room
MENTAL HEALTH Mirabella B
Mirabella C
Room
Mirabella A

Quick and Efficient Assessments in Simple Strategies for Improving
Acute Care Handwriting Legibility
REHAB CHILDREN & YOUTH

Room Room

Mirabella D Cambridge A

Saturday October 6th, 2018


RED = INTRODUCTORY COURSE

BLUE = INTERMEDIATE COURSE

GREEN = ADVANCED COURSE


3:00-3:15 pm BREAK

3:15-4:45 pm Errorless Learning: Improving Sensory Rooms: Review of and Future
Outcomes for Clients with Cognitive and Current Uses and How to Create One

Impairment GENERAL
Room

REHAB
Room
Cambridge A
Mirabella D

SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS

Sunday October 7th, 2018


RED = INTRODUCTORY COURSE

BLUE = INTERMEDIATE COURSE

GREEN = ADVANCED COURSE


7:00-7:30 am REGISTRATION
7:30-9:00 am
TNOTA BUSINESS MEETING ***TNOTA MEMBERS ONLY***
LEGISLATIVE UPDATE (OPEN TO ALL ATTENDEES BEGINNING AROUND 830)


Room Mirabella E

9:00 am-12:00 Informative Car Fit Three Keys for Functional
noon Practices Technician Overcoming Cognition:
Addressing Change Bringing
9:00-10:30 am Trauma-Related Training Occupational
Disorder in OT: GENERAL Therapy’s Distinct
Human Trafficking PRODUCTIVE Room
Value to Everyday
as an Emerging AGING
Area of Practice Mirabella B Practice
MENTAL HEALTH Oakleigh A/
Parking Lot REHAB
Room
Room

Mirabella A Mirabella C

Hand-on Treatment: An Home Modifications for Learning Strategies for
Ortho Manual Therapy Aging in Place: An People with Attention
Approach for Restoring and Learning Disorders
Occupation After Injury to Overview of Products,
the Forearm Complex Evidence, and Funding CHILDREN & YOUTH
Room

REHAB PRODUCTIVE AGING
Room
Room
Mirabella D
Cambridge A
Cambridge B

10:30-10:45 am BREAK

10:45 am-12:15 Bridging Research and Practice: Functional Adult Home Programs:
pm Developing a Pediatric Community of Current Evidence for Using Occupation

Practice Through TNOTA Based Programs Instead of Exercise
CHILDREN & YOUTH REHAB
Room
Room

Cambridge A
Cambridge B

Sunday October 7th, 2018


RED = INTRODUCTORY COURSE

BLUE = INTERMEDIATE COURSE

GREEN = ADVANCED COURSE


12:15-1:45 pm LUNCH


1:45-4:00 pm ETHICS AND JURISPRUDENCE

Room

Mirabella E

SUPPORTER LEVEL SPONSORS

2018 Executive Board

Elected Officers
President: David S. McGuire, OTR/L 
Vice President: Brittany Work, OTD, OTR/L
Secretary: Valery Hanks, OTR/L, CPAM, C/NDT
Treasurer: Channing Tinch, OTD, OTR/L
 
District Chairs
West: Whitney Joy, COTA/L
Rural West District: Barbara Meussner, MBA, OTR/L
Middle: Cindy De uiter Blackwell, OTD, OTR/L
East: Megan Colletti, MS, OTR/L
Northeast: Vacant
Southeast: Kyle Volentine, OTR/L, CSRS

Committee Chairs
Communication: Gwendolyn Foxx, MA, COTA/L

Leslie McCabe, OTR/L
Katie Tansey, OTR/L
Continuing Education: Jessica Crowe, OTD, OTR/L - East Districts
                                     Elise Foust, COTA/L - Middle District
Legislative: Susan S. McDonald, EdD, OTR/L
Membership and Nominations: Evan Pendygraft, OTD, OTR/L 
Mental Health: Britteny Cobble, OTD, OTR/L

Scholarship: Amanda Newbern, OTR/L
Camille Turner, MSOT, OTR/L

Student Representatives
Belmont University: Beth Stuckey
Jackson State Community College: Megan Stevens
Milligan College: Vacant
Nashville State Community College: Carla Shoopman
Roane State Community College: Vacant
Tennessee State University: Alyssa Papan
University of Tennessee Chattanooga: Lee Anne LaPlue
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center: Amanda Mapes

TNOTA Lobbyist
John P. Williams

AOTA Tennessee RA
Cathleen St. Dennis, OTD, OTR/L


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