What I love best is the diversity of the members; with diversity, comes a collection of innovation and ideas that help me in my practice. --- Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP and RESNA Member
Volunteer and develop leadership skills
There are many opportunities to develop leadership skills by participating on RESNA Committees, including the Special Interest Groups and the Professional Specialty Groups. You must be a member to participate in the SIGs and the PSGs, except for the International SIG, which is an open group. Volunteers, including members and non-members, may serve on review panels for the RESNA Annual Conference, the Assistive Technology Journal, and RESNA position papers. Volunteers are also elected to the RESNA Board of Directors. Contact the chair of the committee that you're interested in, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RESNA conference call for participation is open to everyone in the assisitve technology community. Submit workshop or instructional course proposals and scientific papers, join the Meetings Committee and help organize the conference, exhibit, or showcase a new product or technology in the Developer's Forum. For more information, e-mail us at email@example.com.
RESNA's prestigous research journal is regularly published quarterly, with special issues throughout the year. Anyone may submit a paper. Letters to the editor and book reviews are also welcome. In addition, volunteer positions are available on the editorial board. For more information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RESNA AT Forum Listserve
This discussion group enables RESNA members to share their knowledge and expertise with a larger audience, ask questions, and contact experts directly. Non-members are welcome. Join the discussion! Click here for information on how to subscribe.
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