A Network of Retired Physical Therapists
The Prime Timers are a nationwide group of senior and retired physical therapists who support each other and their profession, and are at least 50 years of age or retired from active practice. However, anyone who does not meet these requirements may participate as a friend of the Prime Timers.
The Prime Timers share their knowledge and experience as volunteer resources for APTA components and individual members. They also have a lot of fun at APTA’s Combined Sections Meetings and Annual Conference, and publish a quarterly newsletter for members and friends. Activities of the group are determined by the expressed interests of its members. The group is supported by annual dues of $10 from both members and friends. In addition, all social activities are supported by those attending the functions. Members and friends may participate to any degree they wish in the group’s activities.
The Foundation Partners with the Prime Timers
The Foundation for Physical Therapy Research is proud to announce a partnering with the Prime Timers Newsletter. The Foundation will host each newsletter on this site for your reading pleasure.
If you have any problems viewing or printing any of these issues, please let us know. We welcome your comments and suggestions, and we want to correct any problems. Please allow some time for the file to download to your computer.
To learn more about the Prime Timers, please contact Neva F. Greenwald . To join the group, please submit your application and $10 membership fee to Fran Kern using the application form.