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RESNA updates position paper on pediatrics

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11/21/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA has published an updated position paper on the application of power mobility devices for pediatric users.

RESNA seeks course proposals

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10/26/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – The deadline for RESNA’s Call for Proposals for its 2018 conference, slated for July 11-15 at the Hyatt Regency in Arlington, Va., is fast approaching.

Q&A: Mary Ellen Buning, RESNA president-elect

‘I see technology as an enabler’
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10/20/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA’s recent annual conference highlighted disability as a functional limitation as much as a diagnosis-driven condition.

Requirement puts ATPs in a bind

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08/28/2017

Would RESNA have any interest in pursuing and requesting to CMS/Medicare to lift the rule of requiring an ATP to be a W2 employee and not 1099 contractor?

Stakeholders streamline complex rehab fly-in

‘We feel that with the constraints we’re working under, a condensed version will be easier for folks,’ says Don Clayback
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01/13/2017

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – NCART and NRRTS are shaking up their annual fly-in to Washington, D.C., to accommodate complex rehab providers who are strapped for time and cash.

RESNA calls for proposals for annual conference

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10/28/2016

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA is now accepting proposals for workshops and instructional courses for its annual conference. The organization will accept proposals until Nov.

Joint mobility conference breaks records

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07/15/2016

ARLINGTON, Va. – The decision to combine two mobility-related conferences involving three organizations has paid off, organizers say.

Reporter's notebook: All things clinical at Invacare

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05/20/2016

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare’s name has been popping up on the job board of RESNA, an association of rehab and assistive technology professionals, quite a bit recently, and there’s good reason for it.

New ATP test offers chance to set new bar

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04/08/2016

ARLINGTON, Va. – Starting in July, those taking RESNA’s ATP exam will have one less subject to study for and the opportunity to help determine the passing score.

In brief: Two senators back bid bill, groups seek vent changes

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04/08/2016

WASHINGTON – HME stakeholders have added two co-sponsors to a bill in the Senate that would delay a second round of Medicare reimbursement cuts slated for July 1.

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