Join the Conversation on Social Media

Looking for additional ways to connect with colleagues during AOTA INSPIRE 2024, March 21-23? Be sure to join us on your favorite social media platform. Follow AOTA on FacebookTwitter, (@AOTAInc), Instagram (@aotainc), and LinkedIn for the latest news and information using #AOTAInspire24.

Share photos and quotes from your favorite speakers, follow our Instagram Stories for timely updates, and engage with others. Tag us or include #AOTAInspire24 and we might share your message!

Visit the AOTA Experience

Feel inspired and empowered as you explore the AOTA Experience in the Expo Hall, and connect with volunteers and AOTA staff ready to guide you on the latest AOTA essential practice resources, tools to help develop and grow your career, ways to advocate for OT, and exciting volunteer opportunities. Session topics at each booth change every hour during Expo Hall hours!

Collect special ribbons at all four booths to be entered into a raffle for a FREE AOTA INSPIRE 2025 Conference registration in Philadelphia, PA!

You’ll also find:
AOTA Press books to support you on your professional journey.
OT Month and AOTA branded products to help you demonstrate your OT pride and passion and promote the profession.

AOTA Experience Booth with Attendees

AOTA INSPIRE 2024 Presenters, What Inspires You?

“Revealing the strengths of my clients and seeing the OT profession via my students’ eyes.”

Liron Lamash

Liron Lamash, PhD, OT

SESSION TITLE: Self and parent-reported autism identity perception among adolescents with ASD

“Expanding our scope of practice and teaching practitioners and students how to apply new therapeutic technologies to improve outcomes and patient satisfaction, and identifying the science and clinical application behind electrophysical agents (EPAs) inspires me. “

Alfred Bracciano

Alfred G. Bracciano, MSA, EDD, OTR/L, FAOTA, CPAM

SESSION TITLE: Global Rehabilitation Certification: Meeting International Rehabilitation Needs

“Educating the OT practitioners of tomorrow and seeing the future of the profession in their creativity is so inspiring. The energy and passion OT students have reminds me everyday why I became an OT.”

Stephanie Bachman

Stephanie Bachman, DHSc, OTD, OTR/L, CLA

SESSION TITLE: Meeting the Unique Needs of Graduate Students in a Hybrid OT Program
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