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 Capitol Hill Day!

Wednesday, March 11 - 12:30 - 4:00 PM

Colorado State Capitol Building - Room TBD

Promoting OT & educating representatives & senators on bills/issues that impact the profession in CO


Be an advocate, earn *attendance hours* that can be used towards PDU (NBCOT) and/or PDAs (DORA)

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New Survey! 

Over the last few years AOTA/ACOTE board members and professionals have been exploring the possibility of moving the entry level Master of Occupational Therapy to an entry level Doctoral degree as well as moving the Associate of OTA to a Bachelors degree. This task force is assigned with exploring the barriers to the OTA practice in regard to treatment and reimbursement. 

Will you please consider completing a brief survey to give an understanding of what is going on in your state regarding barriers COTAs are experiencing regarding practice?  The deadline for completing the survey is February 27, 2015.  Please follow the link below:



OTD Research Study

Are you an OT or OTA who works with children who have an autism spectrum disorder or within the autism practice community?

 Please visit the following link:

Kindly invite your OT and OTA colleagues to take the survey by forwarding the link. Survey closes 2/20/15.
Your responses will provide insight into current practices and further resources needed to advocate for OT's role in treating children with ASD.
Courtney Richards, MA, OTR/L, Doctoral Student<>

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Expiration Date*
February 20, 2015

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Occupational Therapy Assistant Representative 

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Licensure Update

OTs an OTAs in Colorado are now licensed, that is assuming the application from DORA is complete.  If your application is not complete, you need to contact DORA regarding the status of your application.  If you have completed your application and have the information of your licensure, then you may now use /L following the credentials  of your name and degree. 


The most current information regarding an individual’s license is available on the DORA web site at  Please review the DORA website frequently for updates and new information at
Thank you for your accountability in both upholding the Occupational Therapy licensure law and assuring consumer protection for Colorado’s residents. 















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