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Will the PGA limit what an AT can do for CEUs?

No. The PGA will produce recommended development activities that are relevant to your interests, practice setting and strengths. It produces a recommended pathway, not a concrete road. Think of the PGA as a blueprint for the individual AT. If your practice setting or interests change, and consequently your plan changes, that’s ok. Your CE should reflect that change.

In addition, we’ve received comments that indicate the PGA sounds like an exam. While the AT is asked questions in the early stages of a PGA, the purpose of the questions is to identify where the AT’s development should or could be. It is certainly not anything to be stressed about, quite the opposite. The PGA only helps ATs to customize their learning path and identify learning activities or interventions that suit their own needs.

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