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The North Carolina Outreach Challenge is an annual competition among all DPT and PTA programs in North Carolina. The challenge is simple, compete with one another throughout the year to accumulate the greatest number of community service hours! The top DPT and PTA programs with the highest total community service hours will be recognized at the next NCPTA Fall conference. A second prize will go to the program with the largest attendance at any one community service event. Once a program has completed a community service event, a simple form must be completed each time, and submitted to the NC SSIG.
In December, thirteen 2nd-years assisted Dr. Jody Feld, Dr. Marcus Roll, and 14 local clinician volunteers, with running the “Durham Stroke Camp,” which provided an intensive week of rehabilitation services for 7 stroke survivors from our local community that have had limited access to rehabilitation services. (more…)
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We are in need of volunteers for Moving Day® NC Triangle on October 29, 2016. A number of opportunities are available and we could certainly use your help! We are currently recruiting volunteers to help with Food and Beverage, Kids Zone, Walk Route, Movement Pavilion etc. Times will vary depending on area assigned. Last year, many local physical therapy students, including Duke DPT, came out to volunteer. To register please visit: Click Here
The National Parkinson Foundation’s fourth annual Moving Day® NC Triangle fundraising walk, is scheduled to return to Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, Nc, on Saturday, October 29, 2016.
The mission of Duke Adaptive Climbing is to provide rock climbing opportunities to individuals with physical disabilities in the triangle area. Climbing is available to ambulatory and non-ambulatory teens, adults, and children aged six years and up.
Join us at a climbing event! http://www.dukeadaptiveclimbing.org