MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas – The story of Jairo Torres, a 13-year-old boy who cried every time he was put in his wheelchair, finally has a happy ending.
YARMOUTH, Maine – While personnel cuts often go hand in hand with mergers and acquisitions, ATPs need not worry about job security, stakeholders say.
FRESNO, Calif. – Sunrise Medical has announced the first recipients of its Propel Donation Program, according to a press release.
ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA is offering a discount on the application fee for the Seating and Mobility Specialist (SMS) certification from March 5 until April 13, 2013, according to a press release.
With ATPs in high demand, several providers are turning to their member organizations to help current employees pass the ATP test.
YARMOUTH, Maine – A good ATP is hard to find, industry stakeholders say.
WATERLOO, Iowa – U.S. Rehab, the complex rehab division of The VGM Group, plans to introduce an ATP master program to prepare students for RESNA’s Assistive Technology Professional exam in the next year.
WASHINGTON – CMS created confusion over acronyms in August when it sent out bulletins about its decision to designate K0005 as complex rehab.
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.
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.
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