This post was originally written by COTAD Website & Courier Editor, Lauren Jones on her blog Gotta Be OT.

As I sit here in the quiet of a Sunday morning in the comfort of my home, I’m in quite a state. A state of numbness, a state of shock, a state of anger, a state of r...

COTAD is a 100% volunteer led and operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We can provide training materials, virtual and in-person events, and scholarships thanks to generous donations from our supporters, institutions, and members. However, as our reach expands and...

April 23, 2020

During the virtual COTAD Live! Conference on March 28, 2020, we announced the winners of the 2nd Annual COTAD Awards. Each year, COTAD celebrates and honors the contributions made by COTAD Chapters, faculty members, and Minority Mentorship Program mentors. Our organizat...

April 23, 2020

Although the end of April is approaching, OT Month isn’t over yet! If you’re still looking for ways to celebrate, check out the list below for six simple ways you can share your love for OT online and in person this month and in the future.

  1. Share your story: Use the...

Since mid-2019, a dedicated team of occupational therapy students and new grads collaborated to create the 1st Annual COTAD Community Event to benefit Rosie’s Place, a women’s shelter and community center in Boston, MA. The event was a huge success, raising over $1,351...

Although we weren’t in Boston, we remained connected with OT practitioners from all over during our first-ever online conference with 225 registrants! The COTAD Live! online conference was an all-day event, featuring our 6th Annual COTAD Breakfast keynote speaker Dr. Va...

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