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Three Learning Tracks

Breakout sessions are separated into Adult, Pediatric, and Student/New Graduate tracks to promote customizable access to recent evidence related to the broad scope of occupational therapy practice. Attendees can earn 16+ CEU's over the conference weekend!

Current topics that promote the profession of occupational therapy and impact daily practice will be presented by practice area experts.

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Greenville, SC 29615



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Keynote Speaker

Wendy Beth Stav, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Conceptualizing and Measuring Occupation-Based Practice

Wendy B. Stav received a BS in occupational therapy from Quinnipiac University and a PhD in occupational therapy from Nova Southeastern University. For more than 20 years her work focused on driving and community mobility with involvement at the state and national levels for which she was named to the AOTA Roster of Fellows in 2009. 

While her focus appeared to be on driving, her real motivation was always the nature of community mobility as an occupation-enabler, serving as the conduit to all community-based occupational engagement. As such, the focus of Dr. Stav’s work transitioned to occupation and occupation-based practice about five years ago. 

The transition to a concentration in occupation has spawned clinic makeover studies to enhance occupation-based practice, the development of a model of occupation-based practice, creation of an assessment to measure occupation in practice, and mentorship of six dissertations focused on occupation.


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