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Friday, November 4, 2016 Four Points by Sheraton Norwood MAOT ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2016 "PromOTing Our Distinct Value" Keynote Address: “A Fork in the Road: An Occupational Hazard?” This lecture will explore contemporary evidence based practice in relation to our historical roots and growth as a profession. It will trace our profession’s voyage away from and return to authentic occupation-based therapy. Lessons we have learned and mistakes we have made on this voyage give us the potential to become the art and science driven and evidence-based profession we strive to be. Presented by: Glen Gillen is currently a member of the full-time faculty at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. Glen is best known in the community for his contribution to the literature, the textbooks Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach now going into its fourth edition and Cognitive and Perceptual Rehabilitation: Optimizing Function. He is recently co-edited the 12th edition of Willard & Spackman’s Occupational Therapy. He has over 100 publications including chapters, books, and peer reviewed publications. A past recipient of AOTF’s Award for Clinical Excellence in Rehabilitation and AOTA’s Recognition of Achievement Award, Glen lectures extensively on the local, state, national, and university level regarding multiple topics related to neurorehabilitation. He maintains a clinical caseload working in the areas of acute care and inpatient rehabilitation. Glen was the recipient of the 2012 Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture and delivered the lecture in San Diego in 2013. The lectureship honors a member of the AOTA who has creatively contributed to the development of the body of knowledge of the profession through research, education, and/or clinical practice.
Guidelines for Provision of Occupational Therapy Services in Massachusetts Public Schools

Guidelines for Provision of Occupational Therapy Services in Massachusetts Public Schools

By: Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy School Special Interest Group Task Force:

Jan Hollenbeck, MS, OTR/L

Sharon Ray, ScD, OTR/L

Diane Blengs Walker, MS, OTR/L

June Bunch, MHA, MS, OTR/L

September 2005

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Who we are

Welcome to the Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy (MAOT)!

MAOT is a non-profit volunteer organization that provides a professional community for its members. MAOT represents occupational therapy to the public, engages in activities to advocate for the profession, and provides continuing education opportunities for members.

You'll find information about occupational therapy, MAOT membership benefits, and opportunities for professional development. This site also contains information about current state and national OT news and trends.

The Executive Board invites you to participate in association activities and encourages you to use this web site to find information and voice your questions and concerns.


The Executive Board
Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy

Special Feature:
Our Professionals at Work
As April is OT Month we are pleased to feature a practitioner who is applying her skills to assist performing artists with restoring function and developing compensatory and adaptive strategies to maximize their artistic potential. Kelly Belinsky, MSOT, OTR/L is the founder and owner of Performing Arts Occupational Therapy located in Brookline and serving the Boston area. Kelly began her career as a COTA before earning her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University in 1989. After spending 8 years working in a hospital setting with both the inpatient and outpatient populations Kelly founded Performing Arts Occupational Therapy in 1997 specializing in treating musicians.

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