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It's time to share your vision of the physical therapy profession. Literally.

Now open for participation: two new ways for members to get involved in APTA's 100th birthday celebration.

We're looking for members who have something to say about the future of the profession, or who can capture a compelling image that speaks to what the profession is all about. Enter one or both contests.

APTA Future of Physical Therapy Video Contest — Deadline, July 1
What does the future of physical therapy look like to you? How will you contribute to our association’s mission of building a community that advances the profession of physical therapy to improve the health of society?

We’re looking for APTA members to submit short videos that answer these questions. We'll screen some of the best ones during APTA’s Future of Physical Therapy Summit centennial event on September 13 and share them via APTA’s social media channels.

The video must be submitted by an APTA member via the online form by July 1. Check out the contest's APTA Engage page for details.

APTA is giving away APTA Centennial journals to the first 50 members who submit videos, by the deadline, that meet contest requirements.

APTA Centennial Center Photography Contest — Deadline July 31
On the 100th anniversary of our association's founding, we opened APTA's new national headquarters, APTA Centennial Center. Our new home embodies our profession’s values and is a culmination of generations of bold leadership and impeccable stewardship.

We’re looking for APTA members to submit photography that could be featured throughout the building, welcoming fellow members for generations to come. Photography may also be used in APTA’s communications. Contest rules and guidelines on what we're looking for are available at APTA Engage. Members can enter up to five photos by the July 31 deadline. Photography winners will be notified if selected.

APTA is giving away APTA Centennial journals to the first 50 members who submit videos, by the deadline, that meet contest requirements.


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