2018 Annual Conference
The APTAs of DC and Maryland Annual Conference
November 3, 2018Want to Be a Sponsor? Check out Opportunities to Connect and Inform.
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Conference Program & Registration
Cancellations and Refunds
This cancellation policy applies to all elements of the chapter meeting.
- There will be a $20 fee to switch registrations (substitute one attendee for another).
- No refunds will be given after October 14, 2018.
On behalf of the APTA of Maryland Annual Conference Committee and Staff, we want to thank you for attending the 2017 Annual Conference in Hyattsville, Maryland. We hope you found the conference informative and engaging.
Energized - Engaged - Transformed
Again, thank you to all the attendees, presenters, and exhibitors & sponsors. Your presence made this event a great success!
Leadership Election Results
Congratulations to the following individuals for being elected to APTA of Maryland Leadership Positions:
Vice President – Sandy McCombe Waller
Secretary – Rachel Skolky
Director for Government Relations – Laurie Neely
Director for Practice – JD Sheppard
Southern District Chair – Monique Caruth
Western District Chair – Early Cox
Chief Delegate – Linda Horn
Alternate Delegates - Laurie Neely, Raj Vemuri, Rachel Skolky
PTA Caucus Representative – Marcus Flom Alt.
PTA Caucus Representative – Stephanie Thomson
Nominating Committee – Jennifer Keller, Carol Zehnacker
Kendall and Levine Awards Committee – Chuck Dilla, Lynn Rudman
Congratulations 2017 Research Poster Award Winners!!!
First Place: How do you rehabilitate balance when vision, sensation, and vestibular systems are impaired? A case study. - Jonathan M Wood PT, DPT; Rachel A. Reoli PT, DPT
Second Place: Participation, enjoyment, and confidence patterns in running activities among children with cerebral palsy and typical development - Blair Bossie PT, DPT; Margo Orlin PT, PhD, FAPTA
Third Place: Functional Outcomes Associated with Participation in a Physical Therapist-Led Group Exercise Program for People with Parkinson’s Disease – Megan Olivos PT, DPT, MPH