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National Advocacy Dinners are an annual event, usually held locally by programs and student groups, to learn about the importance of APTA advocacy and how students can get involved and stay involved throughout their careers. With ongoing social distancing impacting many local National Advocacy Dinners, APTA is hosting a National Advocacy Dinner on APTA Live on May 4, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. ET.

What: Learn the top legislative issues affecting your future profession and patients, and find out how YOU can get involved and make a difference NOW as a student advocate. #PTAdvocacy #APTANAD.

Where: Participants are listed on our Facebook page!

Attending a Dinner

To find the exact dates of a dinner, or to see how you can organize a dinner, contact aptasa.advocacy@gmail.com.

Join Our Dinner

The APTA Student Assembly Advocacy Project Committee along with APTA staff are hosting a virtual National Advocacy Dinner on May 4, 2021 at 8 p.m. ET, through the APTA Student Assembly Facebook page.

Learn the top legislative issues affecting your future profession and patients, and find out how YOU can get involved and make a difference NOW as a student advocate.The dinner offers a great chance to meet and mingle with physical therapy students, faculty, and leaders from your area.  #PTAdvocacy #APTANAD


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