AOTA INSPIRE 2024 General Sessions Now Available on Demand

Experience AOTA INSPIRE 2024 for the first time or revisit its many highlights. Now, you can access all of the general sessions—anytime, anywhere. You’ll access:

Thank you for attending AOTA INSPIRE | 2024 Annual Conference & Expo

Thank you to the 7500+ participants who joined us at AOTA INSPIRE 2024 in Orlando, March 21-23.

Together, we explored new horizons, shared invaluable insights, and fostered connections that will truly resonate in our practice and communities. Your commitment to continuous learning and supporting one another is what makes our profession so impactful, and we thank each of you for contributing to the success of AOTA INSPIRE.

Save the date and join us April 3-5 for AOTA INSPIRE 2025 in Philadelphia, PA! Until then, let’s carry the spirit of unity, innovation, and empowerment forward in our work and beyond.

Registration for AOTA INSPIRE 2025 will open early this fall.

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AOTA INSPIRE 2024 Highlights


Keynote Simon T. Bailey, Writer and Entrepreneur, shared stories of occupational therapy practitioners that motivated and inspired us.


Salsa dancing gave us all the opportunity to unwind between sessions.


OTPs and students enjoyed a wide variety of sessions that provided important learning opportunities while earning contact hours for professional certification renewal.


Attendees visit the store at the AOTA Experience for the latest AOTA Press books and products. 


Exhibitors shared technological advances in the Exhibit Hall.


We came away from Alyson Stover’s
Presidential Address inspired about the positive impact we are making in the world.


Drum Circle helped us build our confidence and boost our energy.


The AOTA logo served as a backdrop for many of your photos!


AOTA staff and volunteers answered your questions about reimbursement, career advancement, and more at the AOTA Experience in the Exhibit Hall.


Anita Bundy presented this year’s Eleanor Clarke Slagle lecture on balancing dignity of risk with duty of care.


We celebrated the 50th anniversary of the National Black Occupational Therapy Caucus.


We learned about new products and services to support our clients at the AOTA INSPIRE Exhibit Hall.


We made our way into the general session rooms, eager to listen to featured speakers.


Students, researchers, and faculty shared their findings during the always popular Poster Sessions.


We collected our special ribbons upon registration.


We posed for pictures at the beachy Orlando display before and after sessions.


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