For Sponsors & Exhibitors

AOTA INSPIRE is the premier event for access to more than 8,000 occupational therapy professionals and students who gather to recharge their energy, sharpen their minds, and face the future with confidence.

Crowded Expo Hall

For Attendees

AOTA INSPIRE’s Expo features the largest gathering of OT-related products and services in the world to empower you to solve your clients’ challenges.

See product demonstrations, learn about new technologies, and get leads on new job opportunities—all in one convenient location. Opportunities to connect with exhibitors will be available live in Orlando.

Kids equipment

AOTA INSPIRE 2024 Presenters, What Inspires You?

 “Seeing a client’s smile, having them feel connected to themselves and others, is what keeps me motivated and connected every day to my work. In a world filled with so much uncertainty, fear and negativity, I feel our work helps provide our clients with those glimmers that lighten up the darkness, and then simultaneously lighten it for me too.”

Jennifer Budman

Jennifer Budman, MS, OTR/L, PhD

SESSION TITLE: Psychological Health and Quality of Life of Ultra Orthodox Mothers of Children with ADHD: Impact of Occupational Experience

“The fact that I am empowering marginalized students to rise above the emotional and financial level they were raised in and helping them to become strong, independent, and equitable individuals helps me to continue in my job as an educator.”

Sanchala Sen

Sanchala Sen, OTD, MS, OTR/L, BCPR

SESSION TITLE: Evidence-based Strategies to Assess and Treat Neuro-vision Deficits in Brain Injury

“I feel inspired every day by the children and families with whom I work. Seeing the pride and increased self-confidence that comes with meeting life’s daily demands grounds me in what really matters. The simple joy of watching children become more independent, less overwhelmed, and finding joy in performing activities of daily living never gets old.”


Sahana Baker-Malone

Sahana Baker-Malone, OTD, OTR/L, PRPC

SESSION TITLE: The Potty Dance: Occupational Therapy's Vital Role in Pediatric Pelvic Health

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