• Some of the special events and community service projects listed below are ticketed events or have a participation limit. Be sure to register soon and plan attend to be a part of these events. More events and more event details will be posted here as they become available. Review NSC 2017 programming.

    PT Pub Night/Mercer-Marquette Challenge Social

    Thursday, October 19, 8:00 pm | Location: TBD

    The Foundation for Physical Therapy is joining forces with PT Pub Night for an evening of networking, drinks, and fun. This event is the perfect opportunity to get to know your PT student community and to learn more about the Foundation's 2017-2018 Mercer-Marquette Challenge. The first 100 students to arrive will receive a complimentary drink ticket. For more information, contact Erica Sadiq. RSVP online today.

    PT-PAC Late Night

    Friday, October 20, 8:00 pm | Holocene

    Come have fun with your friends at PT-PAC's blowout party during National Student Conclave.  This year, the event will take place at Holocene.  The event will be on Friday, October 20, from 8:00 pm–10:00 pm. Tickets are $20 each.  Photo ID required (must be at least 21 years of age to attend). Event always sells out so buy your ticket now when registering for conference! For event information, contact Michael Matlack, 800/999-2782, ext. 3163.  Help protect your future on Election Day and on Capitol Hill.

    Contributions to PT-PAC are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. Contributions are voluntary. The amount given by the contributor, or the refusal to give, will not benefit or disadvantage the person being solicited. Your contribution will be used to support candidates for federal office who support physical therapy issues.


    Community Service

    ADAPT 2017

    Go Baby Go! And Husky ADAPT
    Thursday, October 19, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

    Oregon State University's Go Baby Go! and University of Washington's Husky ADAPT (Accessible Design and Play Technology) are two organizations with the same goal in mind: fostering an inclusive, sustainable, and interdisciplinary community supporting accessible design and play technology to empower individuals with disabilities.

    By promoting an inclusive community, all children will have greater access to participate in their natural environment through play exploration. Building an inclusive community provides children with opportunities to form memberships across the varied environments in which they play, learn, and thrive.

    At NSC, students and faculty mentors from physical therapy, health sciences, and engineering will perform a live adaptive toy build. OSU Go Baby Go! will turn battery operated ride-on cars into custom adapted ride-on cars and UW Husky ADAPT will adapt smaller electronic toys with push-to-play switches. These adapted toys will be donated directly to children and families. Kids will arrive at 4 PM to play! Come join the fun! Learn more about OSU Go Baby Go and UW Husky ADAPT.

  • Last Updated: 7/18/2017
    Contact: conferences@apta.org
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