Register today for the NOTA 2020 Conference!

Friday, February 28th & Saturday, February 29th at Nebraska Methodist College in Omaha, NE.

Featured Topics Include:

How NOTA is working to Protect & Promote OT in Nebraska
Vision 2025- The Future of OT
Building a Hand Therapy or OT Clinic
How to Facilitate Health in Clients with Co-Morbid Mental Health Diagnosis
PDPM- Dispelling the Myths & Addressing the Challenges to pave the way for Geriatric Practice
Primitive Reflexes & OT: What, When, Why, How
Emotion Regulation - Just for Children? A journey into the self-reflective practice
Keynote Speaker Shawn Phipps, PhD, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA presenting Transformational and Visionary Leadership in Occupational Therapy

 View the full conference brochure here
For more information and to register click here

Free Student Session- Friday, February 28th prior to the NOTA Conference

Time: 10:30-11:30am in Building 501, room 210
This session will be discussing Student Loan Repayment.You need to register to attend the student session by clicking here.
   **If you plan to attend the NOTA Conference as well, please be sure to register as a conference attendee at 

Join us for a NOTA Sponsored CAMS-HP CEU Course provided by Superior Van & Mobility 

Date: Tuedsay, April 21st, 2020
Time: 5:45-6pm open networking, 6-7pm CEU
Location: 11147 Mockingbird Drive, Omaha, NE

This introductory continuing education course contains a range of topics pertaining to personal automotive mobility solutions. It will assist the allied health care practitioner in understanding and advocating for individuals seeking automotive vehicle modification solutions, while also teaching practitioners about the unique process involved in evaluating, selecting and purchasing appropriate automotive options. Additionally, this session will provide an automotive mobility overview: differentiate which manufacturers and organizations are involved in the mobility field; provide a road map for the process involved in selecting and purchasing a vehicle with modifications; review mobility solutions from a patient/caregiver/family standpoint; discuss automotive mobility assistance programs; provide resources links/handouts; review chronic illnesses and disabilities and their associated automotive solutions; and lastly provide a live hands-on walk-a-round solutions review of wheelchair accessible vans, automated and manual seating systems, hand controls and wheelchair docking devices.

Cost: FREE

Click here for more information and to register today! 


A Survey of Incivility in the Occupational Therapy Workplace

You are invited to participate in an anonymous survey about your last six months of employment as an OT practitioner. The survey explores workplace culture (civility, incivility and resilience). It is being conducted by occupational therapy graduate students at San José State University. We think attaining the aforementioned information will be valuable to our profession. The survey takes ~5-minutes. All responses are so appreciated!

The following link will allow you to access the survey:

If you have any questions about this survey, or experience difficulty accessing or completing it, please contact our faculty advisor, Deborah Bolding at [email protected].

Thank you for all that you do, and we hope to receive your important feedback.

Kate Poisson OTS, Cameron McCallister OTS, David M. Pufki OTS, Angelica Ramirez OTS, Claire Rickly OTS, Victoria Scattini OTS, & Deborah Bolding PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

San Jose State University’s MSOT program

One Hour CEU Speaker

Do you have a passion to share your knowledge of occupational therapy with your fellow OTs, OTAs, and Students? If so, we welcome you to complete our one hour CEU speaker interest form. What a great way to share with others in our state!

One Hour CEU Speaker Interest Form

Helping Hands of Omaha

Helping Hands of Omaha located at Innovative Prosthetics is a pro-bono upper extremity orthopedic clinic who serves individuals with limited access to healthcare. If you know of anyone who would benefit from these services please click below or call 402-644-1162 with any questions.

 Helping Hands of Omaha