PT Month @ CORA
Every day, CORA celebrates the proven impact physical therapy makes on the patients in our care. Every October, our employees take that celebration to the streets. PT Month @ CORA is our team’s opportunity to come together, give back and honor our strong, vibrant industry. We invite you to learn more about this year’s internal initiatives and their missions.
What is PTDOS?
Physical Therapy Day of Service (PTDOS) was founded in 2015 to unite our industry in acts of service and encourage us to become more engaged in our communities. Last year alone, PTDOS boasted 4,731 participants in 50 states and 55 countries with 26 sponsors offering the financial and human resources to make immediate and lasting change possible. This year, CORA is proud to be a Platinum sponsor, a true motivator to get out there and make a difference.
How can you get involved?
The official Worldwide PTDOS is Saturday, October 13th, though volunteer efforts can take any time within a week of that day. Participation for CORA employees is easy:
- Pledge at ptdayofservice.com.
- Identify a place to serve on your own or with other CORA peeps.
- Spread the word—tell your friends, tell your clinic, tell the guy at the grocery store (going social? Use #PTDOS #CORApt)
Watch PTDOS Pledges in Action!
We challenged everyone to transform the communities in which we live, love and serve on PT Day of Service 2018. And you delivered on your pledges … and then some! Check out your fellow friends, families and work mates in action on Saturday, October 13th.
What we cannot easily do alone, we do in numbers. Thanks to the MakeMe app, the CORA team gets all the “push” we need to volunteer more, adventure more, eat healthier and, well, more! Participation in the four-week program is always voluntary and can help earn our employees extra PTO—the perfect incentive to be our best selves. (Special bonus? Doing good during PTDOS satisfies that week’s MakeMe “volunteer” activity. Extra PTO beckons!)
It’s easy to join.
- Add the MakeMe app to your mobile device.
- Hold yourself accountable by posting photos and location check-ins.
- Track your points on the MakerScore dashboard.
- “Bump” your fellow CORA teammates to show support.
- Track your current challenges.