Association Description

The Alaska Occupational Therapy Association (AKOTA) is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of occupational therapy practitioners and students of occupational therapy, and to advance the quality of occupational therapy services within the State of Alaska. The Alaska Occupational Therapy Association is a state affiliate of the national professional association, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). 

Description Adopted 12/10/2016 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Alaska Occupational Therapy Association is to serve its members in achieving excellence in healthcare by promoting quality occupational therapy services, enhance professional identity, providing quality continuing education, and foster, facilitate, and encourage networking opportunities within the State of Alaska.

Mission Statement Adopted 12/15/2016

Vision Statement

The vision of Alaska Occupational Therapy Association is to support and advance the expertise for the profession of Occupational Therapy across Alaska by providing resources, education knowledge and information for the members in order to meet the dynamic needs of a diverse and global society. 

Vision Statement Adopted 12/15/2016


Mailing address:

3705 Arctic Blvd #1616
Anchorage, AK 99503
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