Make the most of your conference experience with this first-ever collaboration between RESNA, NCART (National Coalition for Assistive & Rehab Technology), and NRRTS (National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers). See the program announcement
Becoming a RESNA-certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) takes guts, determination, experience, training, and a passion for quality. Find out what made these ATPs decide to pursue certification, how it has helped them in their careers, and what it means to them personally.
For those that have a calling and a heart for rehab, RESNA is the place that gives you roots. The networking is so important, and it goes so deep. You realize that it’s not all up in your head, that there are all of these people out there. RESNA has kept me in the field, has given me focus, and has been a steering force in my career as a rehabilitation engineer. ---Casmir Usiatynski, Rehabilitation Engineer and RESNA Member
Casmir Usiatynski, Rehabilitation Engineer and RESNA Member