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AMPED Welcomes Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association; Christina McCoy to be Executive Director

NDTA for webAMPED Association Management is pleased to announce that it will be managing operations for the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association (NDTA).

With a dedicated staff and proven processes, AMPED brings a wealth of professional association experience to NDTA. AMPED will provide full management services, including leadership, strategic planning, governance, policy, membership development, meeting planning, industry relations, financial management, and communications.

Christina McCoy, CAE will serve as Executive Director of NDTA, overseeing operations of the organization and working directly with the Board of Directors, volunteer leaders and members. She will be supported by Associate Director Michelle Czosek, CAE and a team of staff who will focus on NDTA operations, finance, partnerships, education, meetings, communications and growth.

“It’s clear that NDTA is a community of talented leaders and members who are passionate about the organization,” said McCoy. “Our goal is to give NDTA confidence that management and operations are in experienced hands so that leadership can focus on the big picture stuff. We look forward to introducing association best practices that will enhance professionalism and transparency within NDTA, all while advancing the organization’s mission.”

According to NDTA President Robbi L. Farrow, OTR/L, C/NDT, “AMPED offered a depth of services and resources that impressed NDTA Board members. Enthusiasm and energy were evident when speaking with members of the AMPED team. We look forward to new ideas and innovation as we develop our partnership and grow the services offered to our NDTA members.” 

NDTA is a not-for-profit association consisting of therapists, consumers and other professionals dedicated to the use and advancement of Neuro Developmental Treatment (NDT) approach to multi-disciplinary treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction. The purpose of the Association is to improve treatment and outcomes for clients with neuromuscular dysfunction by providing advanced therapist education that improves skills in assessment, evaluation and salient, functional treatment.

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