IOTA Spring Treatment Summit Saturday, May 19th 2018 More details coming soon!
Attention IOTA members, we are currently seeking nominations for the following board positions: MOT student representative OTA student representative OTA student representative OTA student representative COTA representative If you are a current IOTA member in good standing, and are interested, in volunteering for one of these positions please send an email to email@example.com All job
The OTA program at Idaho State University is up and running. We accepted our first cohort of 16 students in January and we enjoy learning about the great profession of Occupational Therapy along with getting to know each other. The program had a ribbon cutting/open house ceremony to celebrate this great accomplishment on Feb 9th.
The Mayor of the City of Boise proclaims April 2017 Occupational Therapy Month. Read the official proclamation signed by Mayor David Bieter on March 28th, 2017. Boise Occupational Therapy Month 2017
Please help us welcome Jessie Given, COTA/L, to the IOTA Executive Board. Jessie will serve as the Legislative and Reimbursement Chair. We are excited to have her join us! “Hello, I’m Jessie Given! I graduated from Brown Mackie College in 2014. I am a certified occupational therapist assistant and have worked at a pediatric sensory
Submitted by Jason Balls, IOTA MOTS The Idaho State University MOT SOTA club has had great pleasure to have several opportunities to learn from experts in the field of occupational therapy. Shannon Paulson, an OT with the Pocatello School District. She presented on therapy and service dogs, and emotional-support animals. The club also heard from
May 3, 2016 Introduction The 2nd session of the 63rd legislature adjourned sine die Friday March 25, 2016. The senate actually adjourned first, Thursday March 24. During the session there were only a few bills printed that demanded attention of ICCU, and none that required action. All bills pertinent to ICCU this year were monitored