Who We Are

The Alaska Occupational Therapy Association (AKOTA) is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of occupational therapy practitioners and occupational therapy students, and advances the quality of occupational therapy services within the State of Alaska. The Alaska Occupational Therapy Association is a state affiliate of the national professional association, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).  Description Adopted 12/10/2016 

Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Alaska Occupational Therapy Association is to serve its members in achieving excellence in healthcare by promoting quality occupational therapy services, enhancing professional identity, providing access to quality continuing education, and fostering, facilitating, and encouraging networking opportunities within the State of Alaska.  Mission Statement Adopted 12/15/2016

 
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2022 fall registration open

 

Registration is NOW OPEN! Earn up to 7 continuing education hours in adult, pediatric, or mental health focus areas. Rates: Members $150, Students $50, and Non-Members $200. (Student volunteers can get a coupon code!) Vendor fee is $100. This year's fall conference theme is about bringing our Alaska OT community together and shining a light on our unique and innovative expertises. Please join us for a day of sharing, learning, and camaraderie! Join us either in-person or virtually! It's time to reunite and celebrate the diversity of occupational therapy in the state of Alaska. Members who attend the annual business meeting receive a free lunch from Sweet Caribou!

 
 
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The State of Alaska Needs ONE MORE OT Representative!!!

There is one more occupational therapy licensing board member position open! Term ends 3/1/24.  

Click Here to Apply NOW: AK State Licensing Board Application