MiOTA - Pediatric SIS
The Pediatric Special Interest Section
of the Michigan Occupational Therapy Association provides information and resources to occupational therapy practitioners to support current best practice and emerging practice with pediatric clients and/or students. It exists to provide opportunities for networking and sharing with other pediatric occupational therapy practitioners throughout Michigan. Next Virtual Meeting
November 4th, 2021 at 7:00pm
Speaker: Denise Henderson OTD, OTRL, BCP
Topic: New Pediatric feeding disorder diagnosis
Please view the flyer
for more information.
Please email Donna Case at email@example.com
to RSVP and receive the zoom link and passcode for the meeting.
Past Meeting Recordings
Pediatric SIS Meeting
- May 4th, 2021Pediatric SIS Meeting
- November 17th, 2020Pediatric SIS Meeting
- September 23rd, 2020Inaugural Pediatric SIS Meeting
- August 20, 2020 Past Meeting MinutesMeeting Minutes
- November 17th, 2020
One (1) professional development unit (PDU) will be awarded to active MiOTA members in attendance. The certificate will be emailed to all attendees.
Guests are always welcome to see what MiOTA is about at the local level; however, after one “free visit” we request that you become a member in order to continue attending the chapter meetings. We hope that you like what you see and want to join. Membership link will be provided at meeting.
Pediatric SIS Contact: Donna Case PhD, OTL
Donna Case has worked as a pediatric occupational therapy practitioner over 35 years. She spent 30 years working with children with severe disabilities in a local school program. She has taught pediatric, assistive technology and sensory courses at Wayne State and is currently an Assistant Professor in the entry level Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program at the University of Michigan Flint. Her areas of research focus on using technology to increase the meaningful occupations for individuals with disabilities. Donna has been active in MiOTA for over 30 years and served in several capacities for AOTA most recently in the Transition Community of Practice.