MTRA is an Affiliate Chapter of the 

American Therapeutic Recreation Association

      MTRA was established to further the objectives of the American      

       Therapeutic Recreation Association by serving as an advocate for     

       Therapeutic Recreation in order to promote the health and well being of 

       the public through service, education, research, and the development of 


Inpatient Rehabilitation Act of 2015 HR 1906


Glenn "G.T." Thompson

US Representative 

former ATRA President and CTRS


       introduced   HR 1906

Bipartisan Inpatient Rehabilitation Act 

to the US House of Representatives 

      The bill was co-introduced with:       

Congressman G.K. Butterfield 

North Carolina

click here to:  View the video

According to Congressman Thompson, "This legislation will undo the unnecessary barriers imposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in 2010 that placed limitations on what types of therapy a beneficiary could receive."   He continues, "these limitations restrict recreational therapy from being prescribed, despite it being medically necessary in many cases."

Detailed information and a Call to Action will be forthcoming from ATRA's Federal Public Policy team.  Be prepared to assist ATRA's Federal Public Policy team with support for this critical legislation.

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