The 2018 AOTA Annual Conference is being held in Salt Lake City, Utah from April 19-22. Not only is this the largest gathering of occupational therapy professionals in the world, but it is a great way to connect with colleagues and learn more about the latest products and opportunities from School Specialty Abilitations.
Visit the School Specialty Abilitations Booth (#1209)
Stop by the School Specialty booth to find Abilitations and SOAR products specialized to enhance the mental, physical, and emotional well-being of users from early childhood through adulthood.
During OT Month in April, you can shop the latest sensory-based intervention, communication, and fine motor tools online.
Elementary Sensory Tool Bag Giveaway
Be sure to enter for a chance to win an Elementary Sensory Tool Bag in the raffle. At the booth you’ll be able to speak with the Abilitations product consultants to learn more about solutions for children with special needs. The wide range of support products include fidgets, weighted items, and other sensory tools.
If you are not attending AOTA this year, don’t worry! The products shown at the booth are available online. Abilitations 2018 Online Catalog is available now. The online store makes it easy to browse the hundreds of quality products and solutions.
Things to Do In Salt Lake City During AOTA
When you’re in town for the 2018 AOTA Annual Conference, you should take advantage of the opportunity to get out and explore. Check out these 2 ideas for things to do in Salt Lake City, Utah, during the AOTA conference.
Big Cottonwood Canyon
If you’re interested in exploring the beautiful landscape that surrounds Salt Lake City, head over to the Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forest to see the Big Cottonwood Canyon. Get some hiking in or participate in a tram tour. Find more details here.
Natural History Museum of Utah
Learn more about the history of the world and its many inhabitants at the Natural History Museum. You’ll find Utah’s paleontological discoveries, beautiful gems, preserved artifacts, and stories told by the five Native nations that lie within the state’s boundaries. Find more details here.