The mission of KOTA is Empowering the Occupational Therapy Profession.
Who we are
The objectives of the Association are:
Connection: You are connected to a larger group banded together to produce positive results for public health in our community. You have access to the KOTA Directory a great networking tool.
Conferences: Conferences can provide quality education and networking for public health professionals, and we offer a significant discount to members. By attending the entire annual conference you can earn 20 CEU hours.
Public Policy / Advocacy: We can keep track of public health issues under consideration by the State Legislature. KOTA contracts with a lobbyist, Sandy Braden, who advocates for priority public health issues.
Free Informational Services: The association allows members to be in touch with each other and aware of current issues through the association’s web site and email updates of emerging issues relevant to public health. Members also receive a quarterly newsletter.
Continuing Education Hours: The local districts put on multiple meetings each year where you can earn CEUs and network with other OT Practitioners in your area.