Communicating What Matters Most to You

Communicating What Matters Most to You

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Nominate Now!

Nominate Now!

The Honors and Awards Committee needs your help to make sure our profession’s top contributors are recognized! Nominations are open until September 15.

Degree Discussion Video

Degree Discussion Video

View the full video of the AT Degree Discussion, including Q&A portion, hosted during NATA 2015.

Heat Illness Handout

Heat Illness Handout

Download and print the heat illness handout from your July NATA News. It’s a great resource for parents, coaches and administrators.

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