The Vermont Occupational Therapy Association is a non-profit, volunteer organization that provides a professional community for its members. We represent occupational therapy to the public, engage in activities to advocate for the profession, and provide continuing education opportunities for all occupational therapy practitioners.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR
2019 VOTA CONFERENCE
A Special Thank You To Our Gold Level Sponsor:
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THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 SPONSORS
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR PRESENTERS AND PARTICIPANTS!
SAVE THE DATE!
September 14 and 15, 2019
Understanding and Managing Visual Deficits Conference
Cosponsored by UVM Medical Center and VOTA.
Historical Information Needed for The Devereaux Project:
OTs and OTAs in Vermont are invited to help work with all the other states to create and add to an archive of OT history. The Devereaux Project is named after Elizabeth Devereaux, a past president of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation who passed away in 2010. She was very supportive of preserving the history of occupational therapy, and especially the history located within the individual states and their associations. We have been invited to put together historical information about and from the state association, including its presidents, its representatives, and persons who have worked toward the advancement of Occupational Therapy in Vermont. We would try to put together this information and a brief description of a person’s contributions to occupational therapy in Vermont.
If you have information to share, or are interested in working together with a small group of therapists to compile this information for preservation in the Wilma West Library of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation, please reach out to Ela Dupont, Vermont RA representative, at VermontRARep@gmail.com.
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