The Southeast District is composed of Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Bucks Counties.
MEETINGS: 2014-2015 Meeting Schedule
When: Second Wednesday of September, November, January, March and May
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.
Location: Locations are rotated through several sites to improve access and convenience for members throughout the district to attend.
What: 30 minute APTA, PPTA and SED Business Meeting followed by a 60 minute continuing education program. CEUs are available for the continuing education program. Watch your email for announcements on the continuing education program.
Our goal is to provide an interactive
resource to the membership that encourages communication and
professional development. If you have any comments or suggestions for
ways in which these pages might better meet the needs of the District,
please contact us.
district has in person meetings hosted in various locations throughout
the year. We do post the schedule here and send out
e-alerts/newsletters to our members. The main purpose of the meeting is
to convey information from PPTA/APTA and secondarily to provide
education. We try hard to keep members updated professionally and
clinically. We welcome members and non-members, student members and
student non-members and consumers. Please invite someone to come along
as their is no charge to attend our meetings. We look forward to meeting
Our best advertising and demonstration of the benefit of
belonging is our members. Please take the time to personally invite
someone to join or re-commit to becoming a valued Member of the PPTA.
main means of communication is via email. We urge you to have your
email not only updated but able to be released for use. SED gets the
email lists from APTA. So, if you update your email address there, we
will get the information. To do this, go onto www.apta.org,
in the upper right hand corner is “my apta” tab and then update. When
you allow APTA to share your email address, you will automatically
receive the SED newsletters and the ballots for elections in the SED and
PPTA. Sharing your email address may also allow better communication
with colleagues and the community who use our web sites.