Hotel Reservations

Limited AOTA hotel blocks still available!

Reserving a room in the AOTA room block is an important way to support the Association and ultimately keep overall meeting costs as low as possible.

To receive AOTA’s discounted rates, room reservations must be made through ConferenceDirect Housing. Individual hotels will not accept reservations at our group rate through any other method.

ConferenceDirect Housing is open Monday–Friday 9:00 am–7:00 pm ET, excluding federal holidays.

Phone: 877-510-4789 Email:

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HOUSING ALERT – Beware of Housing Pirating Companies

AOTA has approved ConferenceDirect Housing to coordinate all hotel reservation requests for AOTA INSPIRE 2024.  If you are contacted by any housing company other than ConferenceDirect Housing, recognize that they are not endorsed by AOTA and, despite their claims, they do not have access to our negotiated discounted rates. 

AOTA Housing does not initiate calls to sell sleeping rooms and under no circumstances is a full non-refundable payment at time of reservation required.  

Please look for the ConferenceDirect Official Housing Provider logo on the housing website to make sure you are on the correct website to book your hotel reservations.

Minimum Night Stay

The following hotels have a 3-night minimum stay. You must include Wednesday or Thursday night in your reservation.

  • Rosen Centre Hotel (HQ Hotel)
  • Hilton Orlando
  • Rosen Plaza Hotel
  • Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be made by calling or emailing the official housing bureau for AOTA. To cancel, call 877-510-4789 or email

Please contact the hotel directly to cancel. AOTA’s housing bureau will charge a $60 cancellation fee for cancellations made at anytime.

All reservations require a deposit of one (1) night’s room and tax. This may be reflected on your credit card statement as early as March 1, 2024. Cancellations must be made at least 72 hours prior to your arrival date for refund of your one night’s room and tax deposit. A cancellation fee will still apply.

Room rates do not include tax, which is currently 12.5% per night (subject to change without notice).

Remember, ConferenceDirect Housing is the only housing bureau for the 2024 AOTA Annual Conference & Expo.

Visit Orlando

Whether you’re looking for sunshine, nightlife, or family fun, Orlando is the perfect destination for exploring new adventures. The city’s welcoming experience represents a true melting pot of global cultures and customs.

Immerse yourself in the world’s top theme parks, water parks and attractions, discover the arts, experience the multicultural influences, and enjoy its one-of-a-kind outdoor excursions. You’ll never run out of things to do in Orlando!

Infinity Falls Family Waterslide

Discover Orlando Like a Local

Members of Orlando’s Local Conference Committee share their Orlando favorites—from not-to-miss restaurants to hidden gems. Be sure to note their insights and recommendations when planning your visit.

Orlando Local Conference Committe (LCC)

Discounted Theme Park Tickets

AOTA INSPIRE 2024 attendees receive access to discounted tickets for area theme parks for entry after 2pm, in addition to standard ticket packages.

Universal Orlando® Resort

Walt Disney World

AOTA INSPIRE 2024 will be held at the Orange County Convention Center

9800 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

Parking Rates (as of 3/4/24):

Standard Vehicles: $20.00 + tax = $21.30 regular
Oversized Vehicles: $40.00 + tax = $42.60 oversize


Orange County Convention Center

AOTA INSPIRE 2024 Presenters, What Inspires You?

“I am inspired by my patients and the hard work and determination they put into getting their lives back. I am grateful to have a part in their journey to help them accomplish both the big and the little goals.”

Sharon Montgomery

Sharon Montgomery, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, CEAS

SESSION TITLE: The Relative Motion Orthosis: A review of the literature for the general practitioner

“Sharing years of work and research on the topic of sensory and behavior, and using OTs holistic background, we delve into why individuals behave as they do, working with them to understand their needs and meet them. It is through this deep understanding that we can change and enhance the lives of others. This is what motivates me.”


Carolyn Murray-Slutsky, MS, OTR, C/NDT, FAOTA

SESSION TITLE: Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior? Its More Complicated Than That.

“Knowing that I have the skillset and influence to create new pathways and build adaptations that bring people independence, joy, and dignity has always kept me connected to my primary profession of occupational therapy!”

Jeannine Nonaillada

Jeannine Nonaillada, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA

SESSION TITLE: Elevating Occupational Therapy's Value in a Large Health System Through Client-Centered Educational Resources for Older Adults

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