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The Assembly of Representatives is the governing body of APTA MA. The Assembly comprises of representatives from the 5 districts within the APTA MA and meets twice a year.
Our governance documents can be found on the APTAMA Communities:
The APTA MA is divided into 5 districts:
Each district is represented by a Chief Assembly Representative and Assembly Representatives. The Chief Assembly Rep is part of the APTA MA Board of Directors. Along with the Chief Assembly Rep, each district has Assembly Representations who all participate in the APTA MA governing body, Assembly of Representatives.
Each member who lives in MA, is assigned a district according to the address used with APTA.
How do I know which district I'm in?
The district will be listed in your APTA profile.
Below is a map explaining the boundaries.
Click on this link to look up your district according to Zip Code.
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The American Physical Therapy Association of Massachusetts (APTAMA) is a strong voice for PT on Beacon Hill and in Washington DC. The coordinated efforts of professional lobbyists, APTA staff resources, chapter leaders and the grassroots means your voice will be heard in critical policy discussions.
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