Skip to main content

Making a difference in the lives of patients and clients is what physical therapy is all about. But transforming lives does not stop at the clinic.

For the Global PT Day of Service we unite our international physical therapy community by giviging back to our local communitiese reach out to our communities.

Join PTs, PTAs, students, and physical therapy staff from across the world Saturday, October 12, 2020, to participate in a day of service that gives back to the community.

As part of APTA's National Physical Therapy Month celebration, staff is hosting events at its headquarters community. We are inviting local members, their staff, and families to participate in these activites. We also encourage members of the physical therapy profession, their staff, and families, globally to do the same in their communities.

How You Can Make a Difference

Here are some ways you can make a difference and support this humanitarian effort.

There are some terrific resources available to motivate, inspire, and get you going in the right direction. Here are a few:

Find a local project on the PTDOS Project Map.

VolunteerMatch pairs up volunteers with what they care about to what's available opportunities in their local local area.

Volunteers of America matches volunteers to projects in need.

About Move Together

Move Together is an APTA partner and is the 501(c)3 nonprofit, for impact organization that operates PT Day of Service each year, along with sponsors, and members of the physical therapy profession — just like YOU! Learn more about Move Together's mission and programs at www.movetogether.org.

Registration

Registration Deadline: October 12, 2020

You Might Also Like...

Event

Combined Sections Meeting

Feb 01, 2021

Our centennial-year CSM will take place virtually due to COVID-19.

Event

NSC 2020

Nov 05, 2020

Attend APTA's national conference for physical therapy students.

Event

APTA DPT Education Fair

Sep 08, 2020

APTA's DPT Education Virtual Fair connects prospective physical therapist students to physical therapy programs, on a virtual platform, at a time that