January 2019

January 2019

Features

  • New Member Resource and Discounted Continuing Education

    As a member you get huge savings with our New Online Continuing Education portal. The CE catalog includes live webinars and self-paced programs that you can participate in from the comfort of your home or office. This includes 2 of our sessions from the Chapter's Annual Conference: Balance Interventions for Older Adults and Pediatric Update - Successful Transition from Part C to Part B Using a Collaborative Approach. Pricing for members ranges from $25 for a one hour program to $65 for a 3 hour program.
  • Be a Voice for Change

    It is crucial that members continue involvement or become active in advocacy for your profession - without you, the PT profession would not be what it is today! Big Issues in 2019 that we cannot achieve without your: the Physical Therapy Licensing Compact. This compact would allow licensees to have the privilege of practicing in other states/jurisdictions without having to be licensed in each state.  This streamlines the renewal process and simplifies the continuing competence requirements. >>>Learn More
  • Voting is OPEN for the Kendall and Levine Award Committee

    Due to ties in the 2018 election, another online elections for the awards committee will take place. If you are interested in serving on the committee or if you would like to nominate a member, please email aptamd@aptamd.org by January 15th.

January 2019

Features

  • New Member Resource and Discounted Continuing Education

    As a member you get huge savings with our New Online Continuing Education portal. The CE catalog includes live webinars and self-paced programs that you can participate in from the comfort of your home or office. This includes 2 of our sessions from the Chapter's Annual Conference: Balance Interventions for Older Adults and Pediatric Update - Successful Transition from Part C to Part B Using a Collaborative Approach. Pricing for members ranges from $25 for a one hour program to $65 for a 3 hour program.
  • Be a Voice for Change

    It is crucial that members continue involvement or become active in advocacy for your profession - without you, the PT profession would not be what it is today! Big Issues in 2019 that we cannot achieve without your: the Physical Therapy Licensing Compact. This compact would allow licensees to have the privilege of practicing in other states/jurisdictions without having to be licensed in each state.  This streamlines the renewal process and simplifies the continuing competence requirements. >>>Learn More
  • Voting is OPEN for the Kendall and Levine Award Committee

    Due to ties in the 2018 election, another online elections for the awards committee will take place. If you are interested in serving on the committee or if you would like to nominate a member, please email aptamd@aptamd.org by January 15th.
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