This year, APTA’s annual Federal Advocacy Forum is replaced by PT Day on Capitol Hill: APTA is sending June 4 more than 1,000 physical therapists (PTs), physical therapist assistants (PTAs), and students to Capitol Hill. Attendees rallied by the Capitol and then had scheduled meetings with their elected representatives in Congress.
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Thank you to all who attended the conference in Keystone! In spite of the weather, attendance was strong and great education was delivered to all!
If you were registered to attend on Friday afternoon and couldn’t make it due to road closures, we are working on making recordings of the sessions available to you online. You will receive an email about access to these recordings as soon as we have them available.
Beginning Nov. 1, 2014, all active physical therapists shall maintain and demonstrate continuing professional competency in order to renew, reinstate, or reactivate a license to practice physical therapy in the state of Colorado. PTAs are not required to participate in continuing professional competency. For more information about the Continuing Professional Competency program, please click on the headline.
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