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RESNA backs up ultralight wheelchairs

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04/26/2012

ARLINGTON, Va. – A fully-customizable ultralight manual wheelchair can prevent injuries and pain, and improve functionality, according to a new RESNA position paper. 

Did the new SMS exam make this ATP shake in his boots?

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Friday, October 29, 2010

I spoke with Chris Rea this week about becoming one of the first assistive technology professionals (ATPs) in the country to get RESNA's new seating and mobility specialist (SMS) certification.

Is a competition brewing between NRRTS and RESNA?

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Friday, March 12, 2010

As part of efforts to create a separate benefit, industry stakeholders are trying to determine what qualifications providers should meet to be able to provide complex rehab equipment and services.

sATP: 'It's not a formal title'

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

While eating her breakfast on Jan. 26, Laura Cohen read a brief in the January 2010 issue of HME News titled “CMS differentiates between ATP, sATP.” Then she called me.

Apply now for specialty certification

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01/28/2010

Applicants for the specialty certification must have 1,000 hours of direct customer service experience. They must also meet any two of the following seven criteria: clinical service delivery, advocacy, mentoring/supervision, presentations/formal instruction, learning/continuing education, publications and research.

Details continue to trickle in about the RESNA specialty certification

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

For starters, RESNA has decided to name the specialty certification seating and mobility specialist (SMS) and make it a modifier to the assistive technology professional (ATP) certification. As a result, an ATP who takes and passes the specialty certification exam will become an ATP/SMS.

Update on specialty certification

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Friday, September 18, 2009

RESNA posted an update on its efforts to create a specialty certification for seating and mobility to its Web site this week.

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