In The News

Join OTAC At Capitol Hill Day March 8

March 1, 2017

Capitol Hill Day is just a few weeks away! Join us to advocate for our profession at the state capitol.

Register now through March 6.


An Electrical Learning Opportunity: OTAC and Creighton University Provide Educational Seminar on Electrotherapy

March 1, 2017

The Creighton-Regis University Pathway OTD Program had the opportunity of welcoming their professor, Dr. Al Bracciano and many OT students and OT practitioners to Regis University campus on Saturday, February 18th for an educational seminar on electrotherapy. There was a great turnout for the educational seminar entitled, “An Evidence and Clinical based Approach to Electrotherapy in Hemiplegia.” Attendees had the opportunity to learn about the foundations for clinical use of electrotherapy and its impact on client factors and motor performance. Attendees participated in experiential lab components including single and dual channel applications of electrodes on the upper extremity using neuromuscular electrical stimulation. OTAC thanks the Creighton-Regis University Pathway for accommodating the event and a special thank you to Dr. Al Bracciano for sharing his knowledge on electrotherapy. We look forward to collaborating on more educational opportunities for OTAC members in the future!

Dr. Al Bracciano demonstrates how to place electrodes on a participant to promote functional reach while using neuromuscular electrical stimulation.

Jill Baxa, OTS, Creighton-Regis University Student Representative, OTAC
Kylie Sleeth, MS, OTR/L, Professional Development and Continuing Education Chair, OTAC


Update From Creighton-Regis University

March 1, 2017

Creighton-Regis University Assistive Technology Fair The Creighton-Regis University Pathway OTD Class of 2018 invites OT students and practitioners to their Technology Fair on March 15th 2017. Student groups will have research posters on display over the course of two hours in their lab on Regis University campus. Come and go as you please! Reviews and presentation of current literature on assistive technology is a part of students’ Physical Rehabilitation III coursework. Come learn about current literature and recommendations for assistive technology in rehabilitation from Creighton-Regis University OTD students!

Date: March 15th 2017
Time: 12 pm – 2 pm
Location: Regis University Modular Building A 186 (A-3 on map)

Questions or comments?  Please contact Suzanne Holm, OTD, OTR, BCPR, Program Coordinator at s[email protected]

Jill Baxa, OTS, Creighton-Regis University Student Representative


Driving and Community Mobility In Colorado

March 1, 2017

Driving and community mobility is a recognized IADL within the OT scope of practice and is addressed in the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain & Process, 3rd Edition. With our expertise and focus on function, OT practitioners are uniquely able to address this IADL.
To increase the ability for OT practitioners within the state of Colorado to address driving and community mobility, Terri Cassidy, OTD, OTR/L, CDRS at Penrose Hospital has received grant funding from CDOT. As part of this funding, she has established “The Fitness to Drive Community of Practice.” This online community is designed to provide members with opportunities to create and share evidence-based practice, build confidence in addressing driving with clients, and create best practice standards for Colorado practitioners. Please visit this site for more information.

Ravi Hunjan, OTR/L, OTAC Secretary


Please Welcome OTAC's Newest Members

February 28, 2017

Please help us welcome the following members to OTAC!

  • Megan Bishop
  • Chelsea Byerly
  • Aubrey Carton Lande
  • Samantha Corchado
  • Adam Kinney
  • Bobbi Wilson
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.
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