School-Based OT Services During Health Emergencies - DOE Reference

NJOTA collaborated with the NJ Department of Education to develop this resource for NJ occupational therapy practitioners returning to provide school-based services this September, in light of COVID-19 and uncertainty of this coming school year.  Stay tuned for additional school-based resources and our new special interest group.

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NJOTA Newsletter Editors Needed

An excellent opportunity for service to our profession and state association. 
Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with editing quarterly newsletter
  • Work with co-editors and Editor in Cheif to review submisions and provide feedback. 
  • Generally, about 1-3 hours of work per edition depending on number of editors! 
  • Most communication is via email
  • All edits are provided thorugh Microsoft Work.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact [email protected]


2021 NJOTA Board Member Elections

Voting for the 2021 Board Members is live, please fill out this ballot by December 31, 2020. You must be a member of NJOTA to be able to participate in the election. If you have any questions email [email protected].

2021 NJOTA Ballot


2020 NJ OT School Guide is now Available!

The NJ School guide is now available FREE for members only!
2020 NJ School Guide
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Governor Murphy sign Executive Order 192

Governor Murphy signed Executive Order192 which provides mandatory health and safety standards to protect all New Jersey's workers at work during the pandemic. For More information Click here.

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Action Alert Sent to Disability Community Today

The New Jersey Legislature is back in session and we have only a couple months to get some very important bills voted through the State Assembly and Senate. These bills directly impact the Disability community and help to address many of the gaps identified as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Special Interests Groups

The NJOTA special interest groups exist to help practitioners network, share information and expertise, and generally monitor best practice in particular practice areas. They are only as successful as the participants make them. Groups can be started and supported by NJOTA; just contact the Chairs of the Practice Committee.
Membership in the SIGs is a benefit of membership in NJOTA.
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