Find an OT/OTA

As an additional member benefit, we want to provide TNOTA members who own a clinic and/or practice that provides occupational therapy services to consumers an opportunity to advertise their clinic on our website.  By filling out the form below you are consenting to allow consumers to search and view your business contact information on our website.  Over the next month or sooner we will be adding a "Find an OT/OTA" link on our menu bar at the top of the page.  Consumers will be able to search for OTs/OTAs by zip code.  This feature is not for practices or clinics that our members work for, this is strictly for owners of clinics or practices that are TNOTA members.

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2018 TNOTA Philanthropy 

Thank you to all who voted! The 2017 TNOTA Philanthropy is Affordable Housing Futures! Throughout the year TNOTA will support this philanthropy through monetary and voluntary means! More information will be posted on the website as the year goes on. 

Affordable Housing Futures is an organization developed to provide needed housing and support for those identifies as most at risk within our community. individuals exiting incarceration face numerous road blocks and barriers when navigating a confusing and oftentimes unresponsive system of service providers. Most individuals are left to do this on their own. The poorly functioning “system” of support contributes to recidivism. Rutherford County needs a pathway for success post-incarceration that meets the needs of a diverse population and includes both highly defined accountability measures and is rooted in evidence-based practices. 

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2018 AOTA Award Winners

Three TNOTA members received national recognition from the American Occupational Therapy Association during AOTA's annual conference last week.  Pictured from left to right is Kimberly Breeden, MS, OTR/L, David S. McGuire, MOT, OTR/L, and Niccole Rowe, BA, COTA/L.  Kimberly and Niccole received the Terry Brittle OT/OTA Partnership Award which recognizes an OTA and OT who, through collaborative efforts to promote the profession of occupational therapy, exemplify the professional partnership.  David received the Gary Kielhofner Emerging Leader Award which recognizes an occupational therapy practitioner (clinician, educator, or researcher) who has demonstrated emerging leadership and/or extraordinary service early in his or her occupational therapy career and whose efforts and leadership skills have contributed to moving the profession closer to achieving the goals set forth in the Centennial Vision and beyond.  Congratulations to Kimberly, Niccole, and David on their work and recognition.  


Membership Spotlight

Occupational Therapy student and TNOTA member David Garner placed 3rd place in the physical science poster presentation at Tennessee State University's 4th Annual University-Wide Graduate Research Symposium.
Pictured receiving the award from professors Rita Troxtel and Christine Watt.