2021 Fall Meeting

August 27 - 29, 2021 | Crowne Plaza Hotel | Baton Rouge, LA

 

The APTA Louisiana Office and Board are closely monitoring the anticipated weather conditions and forecast of Tropical Storm Ida. Please note the safety and security of our attendees for the meeting this weekend remains our first priority. At this time, we do plan to move forward with our in person meeting for Friday, August 27th and Saturday, August 28th. We will not have on-site courses on Sunday, August 29th.

We are planning to record all sessions (excluding Jurisprudence) being held on Friday & Saturday. We will also have the sessions scheduled for Sunday recorded. We will make all those recordings available to all current registered attendees. We will also make these recording available for purchase in the next few weeks for those that are not registered for the in person meeting.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Onsite Registration will be made available during the following times on a first come, first served basis:
Friday, August 27th: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, August 28th: 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

 

Saturday and Sunday

How Many Parts Does it Take to Make a Whole?
A Holistic Lens for Taking Care of our Patients

by Dan Rohn, PT, DPT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT
(11 hours)

Plus:

Friday  
Trauma Informed Practice – Incorporating Psychological and Socioemotional
Aspects of Healing in a Post‐pandemic World
(2 hours)
by Claire M. Kantrow, PT, DPT
Research Presentations (1 hour)
by Daniel Flowers, PT, DPT, PhD
APTA Louisiana Professionalism/Awards (1 hour)
by Bart Jones, DPT, APTA Louisiana President
Jurisprudence
Click here to attend the Jurisprudence session via Zoom

Sunday 
Ethics Seminar (2 hours)
Timothy "Kirk" Nelson, PhD, PT

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NOTICE - COVID-19 Precautions:
APTA Louisiana 
2021 Fall Meeting will be held in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local governmental entities. Currently there is a statewide mask mandate that requires anyone indoors to wear a mask; we will therefore be requiring all attendees/exhibitors to wear face masks at the Fall Meeting. We also highly encourage attendees to be fully vaccinated before attending the Fall Meeting. As most of the participants attending the meeting are licensed healthcare professionals, we would hope that good public health practices would be followed to further the safety and welfare of all participants. Health practices should include personal health checks, not participating in events if experiencing illness, and managing risk factors for attendance in public events. If you need to cancel your registration due to exposure to COVID-19 or positive test, please contact the LPTA Office and notify them of this reason when cancelling.*

*Meeting precautions are subject to change