Professional Specialty Groups (PSGs) allow RESNA members to form connections with others based on their primary professional identities, such as therapists, engineers, educators, suppliers and manufacturers. Many AT professionals work in settings where they may be the only rehabilitation engineer, the only physical therapist, the only speech language pathologist, etc., on the team. PSGs are an antidote to that professional isolation. PSG members often serve as information liaisons within their professional organizations. You must be a member to join.
Like the SIGs, PSG members participate in publishing position papers, collaborate on conference workshop presentation, and participate in professional development activities. Each PSG has its own communications forum reserved for high-level and confidential communication between members. Members can join as many PSGs as they wish.