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Therapy Open Meeting: DHS/DDS to present
October 25, 2016  10 am - 12 pm

105 E Roosevelt
Little Rock, AR 72206

I wanted to let you all know that we are extending the public comment period on the speech, occupational and physical therapy rule until Nov. 13. As you probably know, we have had a tremendous response to the proposed rule change already. I am personally reviewing the responses along with a team from DHS, and these comments will be considered seriously before we make decisions about whether the proposed rule needs to be changed. I’ve already talked with dozens of families and therapists and read hundreds of comments, and understand people have real concerns about the impact of this rule.

Please let interested therapists and others who are watching this rule know that the comment period has been extended.

Melissa Stone, DDS Director

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The Arkansas Physical Therapy Association (ArPTA) is a non-profit professional organization comprised of licensed Physical Therapists (PTs), Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) and PT/PTA students who maintain membership.  The mission of the ArPTA is to represent and promote the profession of Physical Therapy in its endeavors to meet the physical therapy needs of society; to develop and improve the art and science of Physical Therapy including practice, education, and research; and to meet the needs and interests of its members in the State of Arkansas.
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