The organizations listed below have been vetted and approved by the RESNA Certification and Education program to offer RESNA CEU credits for pre-approved events.
ATP’s can easily and securely earn qualifying RESNA CEU credits from these organizations by participating in any of their approved learning events.
Assistive Technology in New Hampshire (ATinNH): New Hampshire’s statewide Assistive Technology Act Program. The program has two major activity areas: Training, Education and Outreach: AT Trainings, Classes, and Workshops, and AT Policy and Assistive Technology Services: Equipment Demonstrations, Loans and Refurbishing/Reuse.
Metal Craft Industries: Metalcraft strives to design, manufacture, and deliver top quality parts made from time tested materials that can last a lifetime. Our design department is driven to provide the products our customers need to help the end users; input and suggestions from customers are the primary source of designing new products and changing existing products.we provide our customers the service they should always expect in an industry where every end user is as unique as the products they require to help make their life better. The "art" of wheelchair seating requires a lot of different products to accomplish the goals of the end users; Metalcraft provides many of these products.
dmeTrain: DMETRAIN® has been providing online education specific to the medical equipment and pharmacy industries for nearly 20 years. Our customers have access to over 400 online courses, with many of our courses awarding continuing education credits. DMETRAIN® customers may also utilize our reporting and analysis tools, access our extensive forms and publications library, and receive assistance with accreditation compliance.
Center for Assistive Technology: The NYCDOE Center for Assistive Technology provides evaluations, trainings, professional development and implementation support for NYCDOE students in community school districts, preschool and non-public school programs from PK-12
ADED (The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists): was established in 1977 to support professionals working in the field of driver education, driver training and transportation equipment modifications for persons with disabilities and persons experiencing the aging process.
KATS Network – Disability Solutions Through Technology: The Buck Starts Here... A Guide to Assistive Technology Funding in Kentucky The funding guide is designed to help state agency personnel, service providers, individuals with disabilities, and their family members to solve the funding maze of getting assistive technology in Kentucky.
Disabled Sports USA: Disabled Sports USA’s mission is to provide national leadership and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, recreation and educational programs. The Adapt2Achieve initiative was launched in 2009 to support training and education for volunteers and professionals involved in the adaptive sports industry.
Human Development Institute: The Human Development Institute is Kentucky’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service. We work on improving lifelong opportunities and services for individuals with disabilities, their families, and the community.
WisTech Assistive Technology Program: Wisconsin's assistive technology program funded under the AT Act of 1998, as amended. WisTech provides information on selecting, funding, installing and using assistive technology.
Monroe Learning Network: A division of Monroe Wheelchair and provider of continuing education for Physical and Occupational Therapists.
CONTINUED: An online education leader for multiple professions, with RESNA-approved courses in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology.
Find out more about becoming an approved CEU provider here. Contact the RESNA office at (202) 367-1121 or e-mail email@example.com with any questions.