SCOTA 2020 Annual Conference
SCOTA Annual Conference • Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
Columbia • February 28 – 29, 2020
Two-Day Program with up to 16 Continuing Education Units Available
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The healthcare environment has changed dramatically and will continue to change. SCOTA's lobbyist actively monitors issues of concern for the Occupational Therapy profession. Can you donate $20, $30, $40 or any amount to continue to protect our shared profession? Together we can ensure SCOTA's continued voice in Columbia. Thank you!
Visit the Legislation section to read the latest legislative updates from SCOTA and lobbyist Jamey Goldin.
SCOTA board members have been busy creating opportunities for members to network, socialize, and earn CEUs.
The Annual Conference held February 28-29, 2020 in Columbia, South Carolina, offers attendees the opportunity to earn up 16 CEUs.
Be sure to watch our Events page for details and registration information!
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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES?
Be sure to check for new listings on the Continuing Education page of our website.
SCOTA is excited to announce that we have a revised mission, vision, and values statement to better describe who we are and the aims of our organization. Please view these new statements on our ABOUT tab.
Did You Know?
There are approximately 280,000 occupational therapy practitioners in the United States of America. 56,686 of those practitioners are members of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
There are approximately 3,000 occupational therapy practitioners in the state of South Carolina. More than 250 of those practitioners are members of SCOTA. We need your membership! Please select the Member Benefits tab above to learn how being a member of SCOTA can benefit you as a practitioner in South Carolina, and to the profession as a whole.