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OTAC Member Spotlight: Bailey LeBoeuf

Posted: September 5, 2018

This month OTAC would like to spotlight Bailey LeBoeuf, OTR/L. Aside from her a cat named Killer Mike and her mad skills with a hula hoop, Bailey demonstrates compassion towards our Denver Metro adult community by providing voluntary services to the DAWN clinic, which is a free, student-run, interdisciplinary clinic serving vulnerable adults in Aurora, and currently works for the PACE program with the senior population. She has been a member of OTAC for four years and has served on the OTAC legislative committee for the past few years. In May, Bailey was elected as the Public Policy Chair for 2018-2020. You can read more about Bailey by visiting the leadership page of the OTAC Website. OTAC thanks you, Bailey, for all that you do for our community and the Association!

Years with OTAC and on the board: 4 years with OTAC and this is my first board position

Why did you join OTAC and the board? I have volunteered on the Legislative Committee for a few years and have enjoyed learning about Colorado legislation, advocating for OT issues, and organizing OTAC Capitol Hill Day. When the position for Public Policy Chair opened I volunteered to fill the position in order to create a more seamless transition for the committee. It is important to me to represent Colorado OT practitioners through advocating for legislation that supports us, and I look forward to continuing to do as the Public Policy Chair.

A couple fun facts: I have a cat named Killer Mike after the Run the Jewels rapper. I love to ski and hula hoop, but not at the same time. I live in Idledale, Colorado with my fiance, Joe.

 

Continuing Education Opportunity: PB & J Club

Posted: September 4, 2018 

Join us for the second Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado Podcast, & Journal Club event on Monday, September 17th from 8-9pm!  OTAC PB & J Club is a professional development group aimed toward exploring podcasts, books, and journal articles that will promote our professional growth across practice settings. These virtual meetings invite participants to discuss the selected topic, share what we have learned, and gain insights from each other.  You can connect with other OT Practitioners and students all over Colorado from the comfort of your own home!

Sign up here!

 

 

Deadline Extended For Award Nominations!

Posted: September 4, 2018

We have extended the deadline for nominations till September 14.

We are fortunate to work alongside incredible colleagues, and we all know people and companies who are engaged in significant, innovative work, whether their influence is at the forefront or in the background.  Why not recognize their contributions to the profession?!

Publicly acknowledge an exceptional coworker who goes the extra mile or above and beyond when serving the people in their care, being a treasured part of the team, or contributing value to the community.  There is something special about being recognized for a job well done: it shows appreciation for each other and the profession of which we are proud to be a part. 

We all give of ourselves in serving others; take this opportunity to recognize a stellar partner for the difference they make.

Submit nominations for the following awards:

  • Marjorie Ball Award of Merit

  • Agatha Jackson COTA Award of Excellence

  • Dottie Davis Service Awards

  • OT-OTA Partnership Award

  • Recognition Awards

For more info on each award and to nominate a colleague or friend, click here.
 

Community Connections

Posted: September 4, 2019 

2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s- Denver

Join a great cause for a short walk around City Park. Saturday, September 15th at 9:30 am (registration starts at 7am). To register, donate, or volunteer click here. Want to donate but unable to make it to the walk? OTAC member, Yen Adams, is hosting a fundraiser on Thursday, September 13 at Grist Brewing in Highlands Ranch along with her team at Highline Place Memory Care and Legacy Healthcare Services. All proceeds go to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. For more info, visit her facebook event.

For more information and to submit your Community Connections notices email [email protected].

*The views and opinions expressed in OTAC’s Community Connections are intended to pass along information of interest to the OT Community. The views, opinions, and events do not necessarily represent those of OTAC. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or reliability of information posted by external parties.

 

Please Welcome OTAC's New and Returning Members

Posted: September 4, 2018

Please welcome this week's new members:

  • Haley Beardsley
  • Haylee Candray
  • Jenna Carlson
  • Patricia Conte 
  • Marquesa Felker
  • Hannah Fiser
  • Anna Fox
  • Nathan Haines
  • Nichole Kain
  • Angela Lampe
  • Lindsey Messenger
  • Kyrra Miller 
  • Susan Riesett
  • Tiffaney Salerno
  • Cary Slocoth
  • Patricia Stephens
  • Jolie Surber
  • Samantha Swenson

This week's renewing members are:

  • Anita Bundy
  • Terri Cassidy
  • Nancy Dillinger
  • Delaney Drake
  • Amanda Hoffman
  • Jodi Johnson
  • Janell Lawlis
  • Michael Lehnerz
  • Micaela Monn
  • Patille Nargozian
  • Erika Petty
  • Deborah Rode
  • Cherity Rodriguez
  • Casey Von Roekel
  • Jessica Wadley
  • Linda Wheaton

We are glad you are here another year!

Remember, the bigger the number, the bigger the voice. We are excited these members have joined OTAC to let all of our voices be heard. 

OTAC members: View the online membership directory (you must be signed in as a member). Also, search for a member. Not a member? Join us!

 
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