NRRTS partners with Canadian association

Thursday, December 3, 2020

LUBBOCK, Texas - NRRTS has partnered with the Canadian Assistive Devices Association to develop a Canadian standard for complex rehab technology services. “The complex rehabilitation technology industry in Canada is thriving and our partnership with NRRTS will enable us to ensure that we can provide the highest levels of service to our clients and partners while maintaining a level of professionalism and knowledge that having a NRRTS designation requires” said Erin Roberts, executive director, CADA. The program was formally introduced at the CADA AGM on Nov. 17. NRRTS provides a mechanism for consumers, clinicians and third-party payers to identify qualified suppliers who provide high-quality complex rehab technology and related services to people with physical disabilities. “NRRTS promotes the highest standard of ethical conduct by its registrants,” said Weesie Walker, executive director of NRRTS. “We are extremely proud to be working with CADA on launching a Canadian standard that upholds these mutual beliefs.”