- All applicants must:
- be in the final semester of a CAPTE accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, or,
- have successfully completed a CAPTE accredited professional physical therapy curriculum, or
- have had a state physical therapy board approve the applicant's first-professional physical therapy program as "equivalent" to a US CAPTE accredited professional physical therapy program.
- Prior to beginning the Program, all applicants must have a current license to practice physical therapy in the State of Connecticut.
- Applicants that have been previously licensed in Connecticut or other states may not have a license under:
- probationary status
- subject to disciplinary proceedings or inquiry.
- All applicants must have professional liability insurance coverage that applies to all clinical settings in which they work. Liability insurance coverage must be active at the time the residency begins and meet the minimum insurance requirements of the program.
- All applicants must have current CPR certification and must present proof of such to the Residency Program Director prior to starting the Program.
- All applicants must be active members of the APTA in good standing.
- Associate membership in the AAOMPT is strongly encouraged.
- Applicants must submit a completed application and letters of reference in a timely manner in order to be considered for the program.
January 1: Application materials available
November 23: Deadline for receipt of Application Materials
December 6: Admissions Interviews
December 15: Applicants notified by Admissions Committee
*Subject to revision