APTA -lifetime membership

APTA -lifetime membership - Life Membership Thank you for...

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Unformatted text preview: Life Membership Thank you for your lifetime of commitment to the physical therapy profession! Life membership in the American Physical Therapy Association allows you to enjoy many member benefits and to stay in touch with and support the professionall at a reduced dues rate. APTAs Life Member category, designed especially for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants who have contributed so much to the profession and the Association, may be just what youre looking for! Benefits of Belonging As a Life Member, youll enjoy many benefits, including: PT Magazine ; PT Bulletin Online ; Free registration for APTAs Annual Conference & Exposition; Discounted subscription rate for Physical Therapy , APTAs scientific journal; Discounts on APTAs products, seminars, and services; Opportunity to belong to APTAs 18 special-interest sections; and Much, much more! Qualifications Individuals applying for Life Membership must meet the following qualifications: Be 65 years of age or older and have completed at least 30 years of membership; or No longer be able to practice physical therapy due to a permanent disability and have been an APTA member for at least 2 years. Subscription Information As a Life Member, you are entitled to a discounted subscription rate for Physical Therapy , APTAs scientific journal. If you wish to subscribe, please check the appropriate box on the back of this brochure and include the appropriate payment...
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