Public Policy and Advocacy Committee is seeking members to provide strategic advice,
counsel, and options to the Board of Directors regarding: (1) how APTA can be
responsive to and advocate for society’s needs provided by physical therapists
and physical therapist assistants; (2) current and emerging public policy
issues impacting the provision of physical therapy, rehabilitation, and
health care services; and (3) how to advance the profession within public
policy arenas. Interested members should respond to the call by completing a
volunteer interest profile found on the Volunteer Interest Pool webpage. The
first step is creating a "profile" for service. After developing a
profile, to be considered for this committee members must then access the
"current opportunities for service page" and respond to the question
specific to this committee. The deadline to respond to this call is March 7.
For more information on this task force, click on the link above or contact Justin Moore, PT, DPT, vice
president, public policy, practice, and professional affairs.