Andrea Bilics (Occupational Therapy) was elected chairperson of the American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) Commission on Education.
The Commission on Education chairperson is responsible for promoting the quality of education for occupational therapy practitioners relative to educator and student needs. The chairperson works to identify, review, prioritize, and take action on education-related issues, maintain and approve standards, regulate educational materials, and analyze trends in the academic setting.
Bilics has been an AOTA member since 1971.
Rege Initiates Week of Storytelling at South Community High School
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