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APTA's centennial has been about more than our history. It's about where we are today and the possibilities for the profession's next century.

To call 2021 "momentous" just might be the understatement of, well, the century.

APTA recognized our 100th anniversary with celebrations, remembrances, recognitions, service activities, fundraising, learning opportunities, opening our new headquarters, and, yes, some swag.

In a year of continued challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, APTA's centennial provided a welcome opportunity for honoring the power of togetherness. It also has been a year to feel extra pride in what the APTA community has accomplished — and where we're headed, together.

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