FAQ

Q: How do I obtain my license to work in the state of Alabama?

A: The Alabama State Board of Occupational Therapy (ASBOT) handles licensing issues, not ALOTA. Please visit their website at ot.alabama.gov for more information.

 

Q: What if I have questions about scope of practice for occupational therapy in the state of Alabama?

A: The Alabama State Board of Occupational Therapy (ASBOT) has copies of the rules and regulation and the administrative code (i.e., the law) pertaining to scope of practice. Please visit their website at www.ot.alabama.gov for more information.

 

Q: What do I do if I have lost a continuing education certificate from an ALOTA conference?

A: Please check CE Broker first – ALOTA uploads all CE records shortly after every ALOTA sponsored event.  Otherwise, if you need to replace a lost certificate, please contact our Vice President, Jason Vice. There is a replacement fee.

 

Q: How do I get involved with ALOTA?

A: You can be involved in a number of ways, including being on a committee, being a board member, or volunteering for an event. Please email the current president for opportunities.  Contact information can be found here.

 

Q: What do I do if I lose my membership card?

A: It is not necessary for you to have a card to attend ALOTA events. Please contact membership@alota.org if you need a replacement.

 

Q: How can I get involved with advocacy for our profession at the policy level?

A: A good first step, and probably the easiest thing to do, would be to join ALOTA – your membership dues help support political advocacy at the state level. You can join by clicking here. An even better thing to do would be to also make a contribution specifically for political activities.

 

Q: How can I make a contribution specifically for political activities?

A: You can make a contribution to the Occupational Therapy Political Action Committee (OTPAC) by emailing our Government Affairs Chairs, Valley McCurry or Rachel Ashcraft.

 

Q: How do I post a job on the website?

A: Please email our webmaster for more information

 

Q: How do I post a continuing education course on the website?

A: Please email our webmaster for more information

 

 

Please remit all checks payable to ALOTA at:

Alabama Occupational Therapy Association
1116 20th Street South #315
Birmingham, AL 35205

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