Service Requests

Services for individuals with accessibility needs will be available to enable access to all scheduled programming.

Requests that are not already identified during registration  should be directed to AOTA at or by calling 240-482-4145.

In Orlando, please contact the Information Booth, West Building Registration Lobby, Orange County Convention Center.

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Hotel Block

Two of the fifteen AOTA-approved hotels are within walking distance of the Orange County Convention Center. All have been assessed by an occupational therapist to ensure that they are in compliance with Title III of the ADA. You can visit the hotel websites for more in-depth information. The rest of the hotels will have a shuttle service – that will include lift operated buses.

Sign Language Interpreters/CART

In order to ensure a local agency can provide interpreters/CART services, all requests must be made by February 26. AOTA does not have interpreters/transcriptionists on standby. Due to the local demand, services must be arranged at least 4 weeks out from the start of AOTA INSPIRE Annual Conference.

Mobility Aids

Scoot Around offers scooter and wheelchair rentals onsite in the Orange County Convention Center. For information, visit  their website. 


The AOTA Conference hotels are situated approximately 15 minutes from the Orlando International Airport (MCO). MCO has accessibility information.

AOTA will have available shuttle information from MCO to AOTA approved hotels.

Ground Transportation

Lyft and Uber both service Orlando.

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AOTA INSPIRE 2024 Presenters, What Inspires You?

“The privilege of being an OT practitioner is that it puts us in a unique position to view the world through the lens of occupational justice. I am inspired by the chance to provide a platform for the underrepresented, and to be an agent of empowerment and advocacy.”

Grace Muppidi

Grace Muppidi, BOT, OTD

SESSION TITLE: The Caregiver Resilience Education (Ca.R.E.) Program.

“As a third-year doctoral student, I am motivated every day by the excitement of learning and gaining crucial knowledge to guide my patients through their success stories.”

Bailey Riggs

Bailey Riggs, OTS

SESSION TITLE: Teaching Cultural Humility Practices in Appalachia: The Value of Conducting Conversations Based in Education

“I am inspired by the OT practitioners who graciously share their experiences and knowledge at INSPIRE with the aim of growing our profession. I am motivated by these folks to keep working towards my growing expertise in the area of Occupational Therapy in Emergency Management.”

Tracy Nornhold

Tracy Nornhold, Ed.D., M.Ed., OTR/L

SESSION TITLE: Don't Fail to Plan: The Occupational Therapy Practitioner's Role in Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults

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