AOTA Licensure Compact Town Hall Recording

As you are aware, NJOTA hosted an informational Town Hall with AOTA, NBCOT and the Licensure Compact Team.  The purpose was to inform all NJ licensees of the Licensure Compact Initiative and what our status is in NJ.  We had great attendance and appreciated all of the valuable participation and questions asked.  For those of you who were unable to participate, AOTA did record and post the meeting.  Please use this link below to access the recording.  Additional licensure compact updates can be found at

AOTA–NBCOT® Joint Initiative: Developing the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact

AOTA and NBCOT staff recently collaborated to write a Health Policy Perspectives column in AJOT regarding the licensure compact initiative.
The article is open to all, so please feel free to share the link with anyone that might be interested.
Click here to read article 


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.

Click here for NJOTA & DOE Resource Document

Information about AOTA Bylaw Changes


AOTA held a Bylaws informational session on April 28.


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.
Click here for more information