About APTA Maine
How Your Chapter Works
Each chapter is governed by an elected board of directors, all of whom are available to discuss issues affecting the Association and the physical therapy profession. The chapter president is responsible for governing and directing all chapter activities. The chief delegate participates in the House of Delegates, which is the highest decision-making body of the American Physical Therapy Association, and makes decisions on issues that frequently have far-reaching implications for the Association and the profession.
Mission: The Maine Chapter supports the highest quality physical therapy services within the state, promotes the profession of physical therapy, and represents the chapter members to the American Physical Therapy Association.
Maine Chapter Leadership
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Maine Chapter Online Community
The Maine Chapter has an Online Community, where you can connect with your fellow members. . To subscribe to the Community, go to www.apta.org and log in; click on APTA Communities at the top of the page; in the green Communities box, click "start now". As a Maine Chapter member, "Maine Chapter" should come up as one of the private communities to which you have access.
APTA Board Liaison
The Board Liaison serves on the national APTA Board of Directors, and is the main contact for the chapter with the APTA Board of Directors. The chapter's current APTA Board Liaison is Carmen Cooper Oquz.
Maine Chapter Districts by County
District I: York, Cumberland, Sagadahoc counties
District II: Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Kennebec, Androscoggin counties
District III: Lincoln, Knox, Waldo, Hancock, Washington, Penobscot, and Piscataquis counties
District IV: Aroostook County
Contact the Chapter office to become involved in chapter activities and committees. Your participation is essential to the strength of the chapter!
APTA Maine Chapter Advertising Options
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