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ILOTA Announces a New Member Benefit
New Continuing Education Class Offered!

Delivering Distinct Value: Supporting Self-Management

of Chronic Conditions 

August 8, 2015

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2015 Conference





Julia Lathrop, (pictered at right) a leader of Hull House and a pioneer of social work, was also instrumental in establishing early OT education in Illinois. She taught some of the first OT courses at Hull House. In 1911, Eleanor Clark Slagle took a course entitled “Curative Occupations and Recreations for Attendants of the Insane,” under Ms. Lathrop’s instruction. In 1912, Ms. Slagle taught the course at Hull House, setting into motion a movement of Occupational Therapy Education




Early Intervention



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