Two open meetings are scheduled during the annual conference to discuss possible accreditation of AT and RET training programs.
Two new special sessions, one on Neurotherapeutic Robotics and one on Mexico's Teleton Foundation, have been added to the conference program.
S. 948 is a companion bill to HR 942. Both bills would create a separate category under Medicare.
The Standards Committees on Wheelchairs and Transportation and on Cognitive Technologies are meeting at the RESNA annual conference, and are seeking new members.
Voting period ends on June 19, 2013.
Jeff Symons, ATP, will present a two-part workshop session on Saturday, June 22 that will focus on common start up issues.
Finalists will be presenting at RESNA 2013.
The bill establishes separate recognition of complex rehab technology in the state's Medicaid program, and the ATP certification as a quality standard for professionals.
Daniel Hubbell focuses on increasing the awareness of accessibility with consumers and businesses at the technology giant.
Call your Members of Congress on April 10 in support of HR 942, legislation that will establish a separate benefit category for complex rehab technology under Medicare.