NDTA™ Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become a member of NDTA?
Please Click Membership, and then Join NDTA link on the Home Page
Do I need to be a therapist to be a member?
No, you do not. Anyone can join and be a part of the NDTA. Please select the appropriate membership category.
Why should I become a member of NDTA?
Membership has its benefits. Put your cursor on the Join NDTA link on the Home Page. Scroll down to Member Benefits and click.
How can I get more involved with the organization?
Many opportunities await you! Contact the NDTA National office at email@example.com to learn more. NDTA is a membership driven organization. Volunteers work throughout the country, throughout the year on projects for all aspects of the organization.
Who can I talk to about information I would like to see presented at the NDTA Annual Conference?
Contact the NDTA National office at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more regarding conferences and the National Conference Planning Committee.
How do I find an NDT Trained or NDT Certified therapist in my area?
Click on Find a Therapist on the Home Page. Use the search criteria to focus your search. The fewer criterions you use, the more results you'll receive in your search results.
How can I purchase NDT books?
Go to the Network Archives. Note: Only members are allowed access. Become a member. Members can also access the Research Article Summaries. This bibliography includes summaries of articles identified through searches of on-line journal databases (such as PubMed) or NDTA™ member recommendations.
How can I find out about NDTA activities in my region?
The NDTA Regions Committee page is a great resource for local activities and volunteer opportunities.
How can I get help doing NDT related Research?
Click on the "Resources" tab located our Home Page. There is also a link to the NDTA Research Collaborator Database. It is designed for individuals to find information about possible NDT research collaborators.
What is an NDTA Center of Excellence?
NDTA Centers of Excellence will offer children and adults with neuromotor disorders effective care through continued NDTA education of rehabilitation professionals and access to a group of NDTA professionals who possess specialized skills and knowledge in NDT to address an individual's needs at home, work and play.
I am not a therapist; can I still attend a NDTA course?
Yes. Many of our seminar and conference educational opportunities are also intended for non-therapist audiences. The NDTA certificate courses and Advanced Courses, however, are for licensed OT, PT, and SLP's.