MOHO Institute 2017 Speakers

Alexander Agudelo Orozco, OTD, OTR/L

Alexander Agudelo-Orozco, OTD (University of Illinois at Chicago), Master of Health Services Administration and Occupational Therapist (Universidad del Valle in Cali-Colombia). Certified practitioner in Assistive Technology (University of Illinois at Chicago). Professional experience in sensory integration, pediatric and older population, and community approaches. More than 30 years of experience as a dancer and musician. Currently inquiring the therapeutic use of Dance, Dance as Occupation using MOHO, and the use and application of the frames of reference and models of Occupational Therapy. Currently a professor and researcher in professional programs of Occupational Therapy at Universidad del Valle and at Institución Universitaria Escuela Nacional del Deporte, both in Cali - Colombia. Alternate Colombian Delegate to CLATO (Latin American Confederation of Occupational Therapists). Co-authored the article titled Benefits of a Culturally Tailored Health Promotion Program for Latino Youth with Disabilities and Their Families, published in the 2016 in AOTA Journal.