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PTs & PTAs in Colorado Now Able to Provide COVID-19 Vaccine

APTA Colorado wishes to provide this immediate notification of scope of practice expansion: 
To support the role of our profession in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants are now able to administer the COVID-19 vaccine at locations where they are able to a receive the required training and where there are supplies present. 
Click here to view the Emergency Scope authorization. 

View APTA Founders' Day Celebration Friday, Jan. 15th

Join us as we celebrate our association's 100th birthday!

APTA National will be broadcasting live from APTA Centennial Center, with special guests and messages from across the country. They will launch their interactive centennial mosaic – and you get the chance to add your photo! (You might even win a prize.) Don't miss it!

When: Friday, January 15, 2021
            8:00pm ET

Click here for more information & to watch!


APTA Colorado Seeks To Fill Young Professional Director Vacancy

APTA Colorado has a vacancy on its board of directors for the Young Professional Director and seeks applicants from APTA Colorado members who are between one and five years from the date they received their entry-level degree in physical therapy. 

The term begins upon appointment by APTA Colorado’s president and concludes at the time of the APTA Colorado annual conference in the fall. 

The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM MT Friday, January 22, 2021. 

Click here for more details & to apply!


Hyatt is Honoring Healthcare Heroes

Healthcare workers across the country are selflessly and tirelessly caring for their communities every day in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a token of appreciation Hyatt Place Keystone is extending their Friends & Family Rate to you and your Family. Book January 1September 12, 2021. 

Click here for more information. 


Parent Child Relationships: The Key to Facilitating a Joyful and Sensitive Environment to Foster Development

This course is sponsored by the APTA Colorado Pediatric SIG. The course will cover theoretical and clinical evidence on the importance of attending to the parent-child relationship during pediatric physical therapy practice. We will explore the intertwined relationships between motor and social emotional development, provide evidence for the role of the parent-child relationship from birth to three on children’s development, and highlight the implications of childhood disability on the parent-child relationship. We will then provide suggestions and practical applications of parent-child relationship focused intervention to enhance pediatric physical therapy practice, children’s global development, and family well-being.

When: Tuesday, January 26th, 2021
            6:00pm - 8:00pm MT

Where: Zoom Virtual Meeting

CE: This course is offering 1 point of Category I education.
Click here for more information & registration.  
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