Ace CARE is a pro bono physical therapy clinic run by University of Evansville DPT students. Patients who are uninsured have the opportunity to receive physical therapy services on Thursday afternoons at a local healthcare clinic in Evansville. Binding the educational experience of physical therapy students with the growing need for such services in our community, Ace CARE is an opportunity for DPT students to expand their social awareness and professional skills. Student therapists treat patients under the supervision of local physical therapists who volunteer their time and expertise to make a difference in our community.
How to Get Involved With Ace CARE
Donate 3-4 hours per month to work with DPT students and oversee patient treatment. All participants (PTs and students) must acquire their own personal liability insurance. Liability insurance can be purchased from Healthcare Providers Service Organization which is endorsed by the APTA. More information available at: www.hpso.com. Financial assistance for purchasing liability insurance may be available.
Spread the word about Ace CARE to anyone else in our profession who might be interested in making a difference in the community and contributing to the education of University of Evansville Physical Therapy students. If you have any questions about this program, please contact Samantha Minnette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of Ace CARE is to connect the unmet health care needs of the Tri-State community with the educational experience of University of Evansville Doctor of Physical Therapy students by providing direct physical therapy care to patients at ECHO Community Health Care. Through service, Ace CARE will integrate the APTA core values of social responsibility, altruism, integrity, and excellence. Ace CARE will promote awareness of the benefits of physical therapy and help improve the quality of life in our surrounding area.