Alzheimer's Association - Vermont Chapter
LuAnn Bellis, PTA, CEAS serves on the Board of Directors for the Vermont Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association and coordinates with the planning of the Walk to End Alzheimer's hosted at the Shelburne Museum every September in Shelburne, Vermont. Many of our therapists and administrators fund raise for the organization and participate in the Walk every year.
Athletic Training outreach contracts
St. Michael's College Club Rugby
St. Michael’s College Men’s and Women’s Club Rugby teams are also covered by PT360 Athletic Trainers. Emma Rebeor, ATC can be found on the sidelines for all of their matches for on-field emergency care, as well in the St. Michael’s Athletic training room to offer injury evaluations and provide treatment.
University of Vermont Club Athletics
Located in the heart of Burlington, the University of Vermont boasts hundreds of student-athletes. PT360 is proud to work with UVM Club Athletics, aiding their athletes in everything from injury prevention to on-field care to rehabilitation. Our Athletic Training staff, led primarily by Meghan Yandow, ATC, attend games for multiple sports, including rugby, football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, and ice hockey. They also provide in-clinic free injury screens to all club sports athletes.
Vergennes Union High School
PT360 Athletic Trainers Emma Rebeor, ATC and Heather Chernyshov, MS, ATC, NCTMB provide services to Vergennes Union High School throughout the school year. Our Athletic Trainers hold office hours at the school each afternoon to attend practices, evaluate Vergennes athletes, and provide treatment for rehab. They are on the sidelines at each home game to provide on-field emergency care, taping & wrapping, and treat acute sports injuries. Most importantly, school-based Athletic Trainers recognize, diagnose, and treat all concussions & head injuries, helping to keep the athletes safe and healthy until they are ready to return to play.
Eleanor B. Daniels Fund
Eleanor B. Daniels Fund is a Cancer Survivorship and Research Fund at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Deb Harris, PT, RD, CLT serves on their Board of Directors. Eleanor B. Daniels Fund and PT360 have collaborated on several projects, such as a Survivorship conference at PT360, Survivorship Day at Shelburne Farms, and Relay for Life.
Northeast Disabled Athletic Association (NDAA)
Shelburne Business & Professional Association (SBPA)
Erin Adams, DPT provides our connection to the Shelburne Business & Professional Association and attends regular meetings to collaborate on future local events for our Shelburne Office to participate in.
Special Olympics Vermont
Becky Street, DPT serves as one of the co-directors of Special Olympics Vermont's FunFitness program that conducts physical fitness screenings for Special Olympics athletes at their annual Fall Games. Many of our therapists and administrators assist at FunFitness events during the Summer and Fall games from year to year, as well as fundraise to participate in the annual Penguin Plunge in February.
We firmly believe that we are only as good as the people with which we surround ourselves. That is why we have partnered with Vermont’s premier gym, Synergy Fitness. A refreshing environment, 30+ fitness classes, and a highly trained staff, Synergy is the ideal place to achieve over all wellness—and a truly synergistic partner for us at PT360. We are excited to work together to rehabilitate our clients and promote accessible, fun, life-long fitness. Just another reason we really are better together!
Vermont Elder Resource Group (VERG)
PT360 collaborates with several other community businesses to develop and provide workshops in many of the retirement centers in Chittenden County. Mary Steiger, PT and President of PT360, serves on the Board of Directors of the Vermont Elder Resource Group.
Vermont Employee Ownership Center (VEOC)
Mary Steiger, PT and President of PT360 is on the Board of Directors for the Vermont Employee Ownership Center. PT360 has been involved in their annual conference at Champlain College, where our owners have participated in leading workshops, speaking on panels, and assisting with administrative duties.
Williston Area Business Association (WABA)
The Williston Area Business Association strives to bring together local businesses and organizations, professionals, and the community to enhance overall growth and success for all members. Being a part of WABA gives PT360 Williston an opportunity to show its support for the greater Williston community and allows us to make connections with a thriving network of business professionals. Mary Steiger, PT and President of PT360 provides our connection to WABA.