Welcome! Alpine Home Medical Equipment is pleased to announce its first annual Alpine Rehab Conference! We are happy to be able to offer you this unique experience in obtaining continuing education credits. Vendor Booth Registration and Participant Registration are both available on a first-come-first-served basis. Vendor Booth Registration will be available starting July 17th–you may register on this site. Participant Registration is also available through this site starting on August 1st.

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Cost of registration: $25 per day (make sure to sign up to receive an entrance ticket for BOTH days if you intend to take all classes offered.)

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    • Hello Occupational Therapists:

      As far as the Physical Therapists go, all of the classes have been certified by DOPL and will be accepted for Continuing Education Units.

      However, we have had some inquiries regarding the certifications Occupational Therapists will receive by attending the Alpine Home Medical Rehab Conference next month. Many OT’s asked if our classes would be accepted by AOTA-after a bit of research, we were able to speak directly with an AOTA representative to discover that AOTA does not cover the state of Utah, and that we should instead be referencing the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy). We were also able to speak to one of their representatives and confirmed that our classes will be accepted for Continuing Education Unit credits, so long as they are related to Occupational Therapy and a certificate is given to the therapist after each class to submit to the NBCOT (we will provide the certificates). http://www.nbcot.org/

      Long story short-we are prepared to help you build your Continuing Education Units next month-both OT’s and PT’s.

      Please let me know if you have further questions.

      Thanks,
      Briana
      Briana.thomas@alpinehme.com

  1. Hi Lee, great question. According to the DOPL website there are no special requirements for the classes–but all of our presenters are RESNA and/or IACET certified and the CEU credits are stored and accepted by the University of Pittsburg. However, we are double checking with a member of the DOPL board to see if there are any additional requirements–I will get back to you! Thanks, Briana, briana.thomas@alpinehme.com

  2. Can you also check with AOTA for COTA’s and OTR’s. We need our CEU’s through the National Organization not for state license. Thanks
    Jody

    • Hello Occupational Therapists:

      As far as the Physical Therapists go, all of the classes have been certified by DOPL and will be accepted for Continuing Education Units.

      However, we have had some inquiries regarding the certifications Occupational Therapists will receive by attending the Alpine Home Medical Rehab Conference next month. Many OT’s asked if our classes would be accepted by AOTA-after a bit of research, we were able to speak directly with an AOTA representative to discover that AOTA does not cover the state of Utah, and that we should instead be referencing the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy). We were also able to speak to one of their representatives and confirmed that our classes will be accepted for Continuing Education Unit credits, so long as they are related to Occupational Therapy and a certificate is given to the therapist after each class to submit to the NBCOT (we will provide the certificates). http://www.nbcot.org/

      Long story short-we are prepared to help you build your Continuing Education Units next month-both OT’s and PT’s.

      Please let me know if you have further questions.

      Thanks,
      Briana
      Briana.thomas@alpinehme.com

  3. Did you hear back about the RESNA classes? I was wondering if you can give me an estimate of the number of AOTA approved CEU’s for Oct. 3rd, and then for Oct 4th (that you know of). Thanks!
    Megan

    • Hello Occupational Therapists:

      As far as the Physical Therapists go, all of the classes have been certified by DOPL and will be accepted for Continuing Education Units.

      However, we have had some inquiries regarding the certifications Occupational Therapists will receive by attending the Alpine Home Medical Rehab Conference next month. Many OT’s asked if our classes would be accepted by AOTA-after a bit of research, we were able to speak directly with an AOTA representative to discover that AOTA does not cover the state of Utah, and that we should instead be referencing the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy). We were also able to speak to one of their representatives and confirmed that our classes will be accepted for Continuing Education Unit credits, so long as they are related to Occupational Therapy and a certificate is given to the therapist after each class to submit to the NBCOT (we will provide the certificates). http://www.nbcot.org/

      Long story short-we are prepared to help you build your Continuing Education Units next month-both OT’s and PT’s.

      Please let me know if you have further questions.

      Thanks,
      Briana
      Briana.thomas@alpinehme.com

  4. Hello Occupational Therapists:

    As far as the Physical Therapists go, all of the classes have been certified by DOPL and will be accepted for Continuing Education Units.

    However, we have had some inquiries regarding the certifications Occupational Therapists will receive by attending the Alpine Home Medical Rehab Conference next month. Many OT’s asked if our classes would be accepted by AOTA-after a bit of research, we were able to speak directly with an AOTA representative to discover that AOTA does not cover the state of Utah, and that we should instead be referencing the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy). We were also able to speak to one of their representatives and confirmed that our classes will be accepted for Continuing Education Unit credits, so long as they are related to Occupational Therapy and a certificate is given to the therapist after each class to submit to the NBCOT (we will provide the certificates). http://www.nbcot.org/

    Long story short-we are prepared to help you build your Continuing Education Units next month-both OT’s and PT’s.

    Please let me know if you have further questions.

    Thanks,
    Briana
    Briana.thomas@alpinehme.com

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