The Board of the Association has recently proposed some changes to the bylaws.
Please see the document here for proposed changes noted in yellow. Please submit comments or suggested changes by replying to [email protected] and referring to both page number and line number. 
Deadline to submit any comments or suggestions for change is 4/7/24.  After the comment period has ended the final version of the bylaws will be voted on by the membership.


Call for Presentations for the 2024 MOTA Annual Conference 

The 2024 MOTA Annual Conference will be held Friday September 27th & Saturday September 28th at the Kelly Inn in St. Cloud. Please consider presenting your knowledge to your colleagues and friends at conference! Click here to access the call for presentations interest form. 



Thank you to everyone who participated in OT Day at the Capitol. Whether it was meeting with legislators or sending them a letter, you actively participated in the advocacy process and made a difference. Your advocacy assisted in gaining a committee hearing in the Senate for the OT Licensure Compact, which is the next step in the advocacy process. We continue to advocate and work towards securing a committee hearing in the House of Representatives as of February 2024. 
Please consider joining OT Day at the Capitol in 2025 on Wednesday, February 19th 2025. 



Government Affairs Committee (GAC)

Did you Know???

MOTA has a very active Government Affairs Committee (GAC) made up of members from a variety of areas of practice who volunteer their time to monitor legislation to support occupational therapy practice and the accessibility of services to our clients. In conjunction with our lobbyist, the GAC works to coordinate federal, state, and local activities. The committee meets monthly and welcomes new members from all practice areas. Click here to see the agencies with whom GAC represents MOTA members.





Meeting Minutes

March 2024

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November 2023

October 2023

September 2023


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