- Governance - includes ByLaws, Ethics, Awards, and Long Range Planning
- Government Affairs
Specialty boards are established by the Board of Directors to provide oversight and strategic planning for certain RESNA programs. The sub-boards are comprised of members and non-members. They are:
- Assistive Technology Journal Board - charged with evaluating submissions and developing content for RESNA's research journal.
- Assistive Technology Standards Board - charged with coordinating the development of voluntary consensus standards in the United States and representing the needs and views of U.S. stakeholders in international standardization forums.
- Development Board - charged with supporting the mission and future development of RESNA by raising funds and determining allocation of resources.
- Professional Standards Board - charged with oversight of RESNA's certification programs, the Assitive Technology Professional (ATP), Seating & Mobility Specialist (SMS), and Rehabilitation Engineering Technologist (RET). Visit the Get Certified section to learn more.
- Professional Specialty Groups - PSGs allow members to network according to their professional category, such as occupational therapists, physical therapists, rehab engineers, etc.
- Special Interest Groups - SIGs are inter-disciplinary groups that allow members to network according to their professional interests, such as Wheeled Mobility, Cognition & Sensory Loss, Computer Access, etc.