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National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference

Stakeholders to lawmakers: ‘Make complex rehab bill a priority’

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04/24/2015

WASHINGTON – Complex rehab stakeholders convened on Capitol Hill this week to ask lawmakers to co-sponsor bills to create a separate benefit category for comple

Keynote speaker: David Miller

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02/20/2015

ARLINGTON, Va. – Trust, understanding, freedom and unity are the four cornerstones of any successful organization, says David Miller, the keynote speaker at this year’s National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference.

Complex rehab conference: ‘Let’s push this over the finish line’

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01/23/2015

ARLINGTON, Va. – Change of plans. The National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference has been moved from mid-March to April 21-23. 

Complex rehab conference gets new date

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01/22/2015

ARLINGTON, Va. –The National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference has been moved from mid-March to April 21-23. “Unfortunately, the House was not going to be in session,” explained Don Clayback, executive director of NCART.

Keynote: altruism, business do mix

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02/21/2014

ARLINGTON, Va. – The second annual National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference keynote will give providers the chance to hear an advocacy voice that might be new to them: Curt Decker, executive director of the National Disability Rights Network.

Registration opens for CRT event

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01/28/2014

EAST AMHURST, N.Y. – Registration is open for the 2014 National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference to be held April 29-May 1 in Arlington, Va.

Promise of Senate bill energizes complex rehab efforts

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04/12/2013

WASHINGTON – Sen. Charles Shumer, D-N.Y., has agreed to introduce a Senate companion bill to create a separate benefit for complex rehab, Don Clayback, executive director of NCART, announced April 10.

Stakeholders ramp up complex rehab efforts

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04/04/2013

WALSENBURG, Colo. – NRRTS this week urged complex rehab stakeholders to call their members of Congress on April 10 and ask them to support a separate benefit category for complex rehab, according to a press release.