Target Audience: Play Safe Sports Medicine Summit is an interactive program designed for athletic trainers, physical therapists and other professionals who specialize in the care of all athletes.
Date: June 11, 2016 | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Houston Methodist Training Center
8335 Lantern Point Drive | Houston, Texas 77054 | Across the street from NRG Stadium
Fee: Athletic Trainers: $75 Physical Therapists / Physical Therapy assistants/ occupational Therapists: $100
CEU Info: Houston Methodist is a BOC category “A” and an EBP provider – # P3841. An application has been sent to the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for approval as a continuing competency activity for physical therapists and physical therapy assistants. This event offers 6 hours of Category “A” CEUs and 2 hours of EBP credit for athletic trainers.
Please contact Kristin Salinas at 281.435.2544 or email@example.com for questions.
Click here to view program and registration: https://events.houstonmethodist.org/PlaySafe2016
The new TSATA High School Scholarship Application 2016 is here:
You could win FREE SWATA registration!!!
For every $10 in donations you make to the TSATA for the NATA’s GAC matching grant initiative, you will be entered for a drawing to win FREE SWATA registration.* (see details below).
The NATA’s Governmental Affairs Council (GAC) has initiated a legislative grant program that offers to match up to $4,000 of TSATA member donated or generated funds for governmental affairs. To be eligible, funds must be donated by TSATA members, or through events organized and supported by TSATA members. The purpose of the matching grant is to complement the investment of members in their legislative and regulatory efforts. The SWATA Executive Board has graciously granted a FREE SWATA registration for SWATA 2016.
The TSATA maintains an active legislative agenda annually, keeping the services of Hillco Partners on retainer. Currently the TSATA has expenses nearing $22,000 for our legislative agenda and other services of Hillco Partners. Some of the recent and current issues we are working on include: (a) working with the TEA to recognize the Licensure of Athletic Trainers in Chapter 21 in TEA Code; (b) working with legislators in the upcoming legislative session; (d) hosting a “hit the hill” state lobbying and LAT recognition day; (e) continuing to work with the UIL to introduce legislation and guidelines on student-athlete safety measures.
YOU can help the TSATA support Texas LAT’s by donating to the governmental grant program via the PayPal link or by mailing a check or money order to:
c/o Spanky Stephens
1676 Coushatte Rd
Bellville, TX 77418
When sending a check or money order, please specify that the funds are for the GAC matching grant. Please be sure to include your name and which region of the TSATA you are from for record keeping purposes.
• For every $10 you make in donations, you will receive one entry for the drawing. A $10 donation gets you one entry for the drawing, $20 gets you two entries, $30 gets you three entries, etc.
• Donations must be received by 5:00pm on Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
• Donations are not refundable.
• Must be a current member of the TSATA to win.
• Membership dues do not substitute for or count as donations.
• Limited to the first 500 entries.
• One winner will be decided by a random drawing from all entries conducted by a third party.
• Members of the TSATA Board of Directors or SWATA Executive board are not eligible.
TDLR is pleased to announce that we will begin issuing licenses and performing all regulatory duties associated with the Athletic Trainers program on Monday, October 3, 2016.
Until October 3, 2016, all licensing, compliance, and enforcement responsibilities for the Athletic Trainers program will remain at DSHS. For assistance in these areas, please visit the DSHS Athletic Trainers home page.
Below is a summary of the timeline leading up to the program launch date at TDLR: