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Improving Safety and Access to Services for Patients with Communication Difficulties

Saturday January 26,2019

9:00am - 12:00pm

SCALE @ The League

5910 York Road

Baltimore MD 21212

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Updated on: 05/17/2018



2019 MOTA Conference 

Tentative Date for conference 2019: October 4th

The 2018 Conference was a wonderful success!  We thank you all for supporting MOTA and hope that you will return in the future!  

~ MOTA Conference Committee 

Nominations For the Maryland Board of OT Practice

The Governor's office is seeking to fill two upcoming vacancies on the Maryland Board of OT Practice.  If interested please see the information below.  Please find a link to the board's statute that addresses all membership requirements as well as the board's meeting schedule and list of responsibilities.  Nominations are being accepted for the following:

2 - Occupational Therapists

Appointment to the Board is a three year term effective

July 1, 2019

Board of Occupational Therapy information sheet - 2016.doc

Statute - Membership section for professionals.docx

If interested, please submit your application to:


Although the application is online, all nominees must be submitted by MOTA.  Please email keglseder@towson.edu by no later than February 25th to be included in the nominee list to Governor Hogan.



2019 Maryland Occupational Therapy Association Advocacy Night!!

Monday, February 25, 2019

The 2019 legislative session is underway! We look forward to an active session where the advocacy of MOTA and our members will be very important. 

Your participation in advocacy during Advocacy Night is VERY important! You can educate legislators and describe real impacts to implementing certain legislation. It is a VERY empowering event! I encourage all to register for this FREE event as soon as possible once registration opens. Our lobbyists work to schedule meetings with delegates from YOUR districts. It would be great to have therapists and students representative of all districts in Maryland!

The event starts at 5 pm at Harry Browne's Restaurant where light hors d'oeuvres will be served and a pre-meeting orientation will be provided to participants in preparation to meet with delegates and be an effective advocate. Meetings with delegates will start approximately at 6:30 or 7 pm. Specific details regarding location and parking will be provided closer to the event to registered participants. Participants can earn 3 contact hours towards licensure renewal. 

Watch for more details! 

Register NOW on the Events tab!

Sonia Lawson, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

MOTA Vice President for Advocacy


MOTA Celebrating the Centennial 

MOTA is compiling information on the important role that Maryland had in the development of our profession.  If you would like to help with this project, please email keglseder@towson.edu

All help is welcome and you can give as much or as little time as you would like!

Please join us is showing everyone just how special OT in Maryland is!



Motivations Incorporated Continuing Education

An Integrated Approach to Pediatric Feeding

Baltimore MD:  April 6-7, 2018

8am - 5:30 pm

See brochure for details

304 brochure.pdf

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