Be an Advocate
Join the Advocacy Movement
Regardless of who you are; consumer; supplier; clinician, manufacturer, or consumer - you have
a stake in what happens on Capitol Hill and in your State Houses and in the offices of State and Federal regulators. You need to be an active advocate
to assure that consumers with significant disabilities and health issues receive the Complex Rehab Technology they need to help assure their health, function and quality of life. This responsibility belongs to you, not someone else.
Educate your members of CongressHas your local member of Congress signed on to current CRT legislation?
One of the best ways to educate your members of Congress and local Legislators is to set up a visit to your company or clinic to observe and learn first-hand
about what you and the people you serve. Including consumers in these visits provides even more impact.
Making a call to your Member of Congress, local representative or Governor’s office takes a few minutes.
Knowledge is Power
NRRTS is offering two of our most popular webinars at no cost to you! We realize the impact of advocacy on funding issues, so we will provide these online courses for .1 CEU each.
Effective Advocacy: Educating your Members of Congress. In this course Weesie will describe the main components of the Separate Benefit Category, share effective methods of communicating with members of Congress, and discuss strategies and actions critical to a successful site visit.
Medicare Policy Changes: Impact on Access to CRT by Rita Stanley. This course will take you through changes in Medicare Policy during the last 5 years. You will learn about key policy elements and determine appropriate actions and strategies.
Earn .1 CEU after successfully completing the webinar (70% minimum score is required)
Click and view the recorded webinar. Successfully complete the Survey and Post-test and earn .1 CEU. All participants must score a minimum of 70% on the
Stay up to date on Congressional sessions
Would you like to know more about how to set up a Site Visit with Your Legislator?