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APTA Centennial Scholars Program

APTA Centennial Scholars Program: This year, APTA is hosting a 12-month program to build a cadre of future association leaders at both the national, chapter and section levels to support our collective quest for a diverse and prepared leadership pool. APTA chapters and sections are sponsoring up to one hundred scholars, who are paired with mentors and participate in virtual learning and two in-person events, while working on capstone projects to benefit their sponsors.

APTA Indiana Centennial Scholars

100K Centennial Challenge

Join the Sports PT Academy for a PT community-wide walk, run, and roll challenge in celebration of APTA’s Centennial Year.  Kick off the celebratory year with a little physical activity.  Whether you roll, walk, or run, join us and track your movement during the first quarter of the year.  For participating you will receive a 100K Challenge T-shirt, a participation medal, and a little motivation to help you get up and move!

Challenge starts February 18th and ends 100days later (5/29/21)

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Registration will remain open until at least the end of February.

APTA Indiana Founder’s Day Celebration

View the Meeting Recording: (Use the following access passcode to view: !n8Q7&q6)

Athlete Strength: Is there such a thing as being too strong? View the Webinar

Program Description

Learn more about the sports physical therapy profession and athlete strength during this 60-90 minute educational session. AASPT and APTA IN Presidents start the video, and the program begins at 14:00.

Presenters

  • Chris Juneau, PT, DPT, SCS – Moderator
  • Jarred Boyd, PT, DPT, ATC, SCS, CSCS – Memphis Grizzlies PT
  • Quinn Henoch, PT, DPT – ClinicalAthlete Newport, Newport, CA
  • Scot Morrison, PT, DPT, OCS – PhysioPraxis, Vancouver, WA

APTA Indiana President, Emily Slaven and AASPT President, Walt Jenkins, will also present at the beginning of the video.

APTA Indiana Fitness Challenge Winners

1st Place – Elizabeth Coons

2nd Place – Blair Frye

3rd Place – Emily Weiss

Athlete Strength: Is there such a thing as being too strong? View the Webinar

Program Description

Learn more about the sports physical therapy profession and athlete strength during this 60-90 minute educational session. AASPT and APTA IN Presidents start the video, and the program begins at 14:00.

Presenters

  • Chris Juneau, PT, DPT, SCS – Moderator
  • Jarred Boyd, PT, DPT, ATC, SCS, CSCS – Memphis Grizzlies PT
  • Quinn Henoch, PT, DPT – ClinicalAthlete Newport, Newport, CA
  • Scot Morrison, PT, DPT, OCS – PhysioPraxis, Vancouver, WA

APTA Indiana President, Emily Slaven and AASPT President, Walt Jenkins, will also present at the beginning of the video.

APTA Indiana Fitness Challenge Winners

1st Place – Elizabeth Coons

2nd Place – Blair Frye

3rd Place – Emily Weiss

APTA Indiana Fitness Challenge Winners (District Level) – Central District

  • Alicia Hood
  • Andrea Lausch
  • Ashton Dulworth
  • Becky Johnson
  • Bill Staples
  • Blair Frye
  • Carol Krag
  • Dakota Sneed
  • Daniel Aerol Sadural
  • Elizabeth Coons
  • Francis McDonald
  • Ken Johnson
  • Michelle Lazorchak
  • Mike Ainbinder
  • Niki Mihovilovic
  • Renee Van Veld
  • Rochelle Hawkins
  • Sara Zehr
  • Sophie Frawley
  • Taylor Bohlman
  • Vince Sahagun

Maximize the lifelong health, function, and well-being of people in Indiana and advance the practice of physical therapy through advocacy, collaboration, and education.

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