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Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy
Special Interest Group (SIG) Spring Conference 2014
Saturday March 15th, 2014 - Quinsigamond Community College
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Call for Papers 2014 - 2015

Do you have something to share with other Occupational Therapy professionals; work in an expanding Occupational Therapy field; or have a new twist on a traditional Occupational Therapy skill?

MAOT Conference Committee is currently accepting papers for Presentations and Posters to its annual Fall Conference scheduled for Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Four Point Sheraton Norwood and for its Annual Spring Conference to be scheduled in March/April 2015 at a location in Central Mass.

Please use this link to fill out an application for MAOT's Call for Papers for Fall 2014 Annual Conference and your interest in our Spring Conference:  Deadline for submission is April 30th, 2014

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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.


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Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy

Special Feature:
Our Professionals at Work

Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants in the state of Massachusetts work in a variety of settings serving a population as equally diverse as the environment and context itself. In recognition of the talent and energy of these dedicated professionals, MAOT is pleased to introduce a new topic to our website titled “Special Feature: Our Profession at Work". Each month and when possible in conjunction with national awareness months/days, MAOT will highlight the work of an OT practitioner or group of practitioners in an interview format with accompanying visual images if available. Should you or someone you know be interested in showcasing your skills, please contact MAOT's Public Relations Representative, Ellie Meyer at

As February is National Low Vision Awareness Month we are pleased to present our first in this series of interviews. Cindy Zwicker is a COTA with more than 14 years of experience working in the area of low vision. She is currently employed by Life Care Centers of America at The Highlands in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, although she is often asked to travel to other Life Care facilities in the state to offer her expert assistance in difficult situations.

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