Celebrating NPTM this October
This pandemic has made access to food, cleaning supplies, and books quite difficult. Our chapter has selected two organizations, A Wider Circle and East City Book Shop, to donate to as a collective action for PT Month 2020.
Donations for A Wider Circle can be found here and include items such as laundry detergent and dish soap, which will help support DC residents in Ward 8.
Donations for East City Book Shop can be found here and include a variety of books for bibliophiles of all ages.
APTADC has developed 3 on demand courses to fulfill the Mayor’s Public Health Priorities. Members can access these courses for free.
(Members must be logged in to access)
Non Members can access the on demand bundle worth 5 CEUs for $100.
Get to Know your Learning Center
Get all your annual CEUs at one low price – buy 2 courses; get the the rest for free! Explore more than 35 courses that are complimentary for APTA members.
In addition, members have free access to 150 CE modules from CINAHL Information Systems via EBSCO’s CINAHL Complete and Rehabilitation Reference Center.
COVID and Telehealth Courses
Please visit these catalogs often so that you can review the updates as they become available.
Want MORE CEU’s – FOR FREE??
APTA members have free access to an additional
150 CEU modules from CINAHL Information Systems via PTNow’s Rehabilitation Reference Center (RRC). Each module is 0.1 CEU and is aligned with a current clinical review on the same topic.
The Licensing entity for PTs and PTAs in DC is through the Department of Health. They no long approve CE. Instead, they will recognize and accept, for licensure renewals, continuing education seminars, workshops, or programs that have been approved by the following entities:
1. The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA);
2. The Federation of State Board of Physical Therapy (FSBPT)- ProCert;
3. The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.;
4. A health care facility accredited by the Joint Commission;
5. A college or university approved by an accrediting body recognized by the Council on Postsecondary
Accreditation or the Secretary of the United States Department of Education; or
6. Any of the following organizations if the training is substantially related to physical therapy services:
a. The American Medical Association under Physician Category I; and
b. The American Nurses Association.