CATASTROPHIC LEAVE DONATIONS
CAPT got the concept of Catastrophic Leave off the ground two decades ago. ...
CAPT wants to hear from you -- your ideas, concepts, problems and solutions. All legislation begins as an idea or concept: “There ought to be a law!” Ideas and concepts can come from a variety of sources, including professional organizations like CAPT. The law-making process begins when a senator or assembly member decides to author a bill, when the idea takes written form and is introduced to their house. The legislative process is a long and winding road, but traveling it can make a difference for ourselves and the Californians we care for.
If you have a great idea that you would like considered in CAPT’s upcoming legislative agenda, contact your local chapter office or CAPT Consultant Coby Pizzotti by Dec. 1 at (800) 677-2278 or email@example.com.
Whether in the halls of the State Capitol or at local-level events, CAPT members and representatives get our profession and services noticed by elected officials. Download flier.
Neland Doughty, PT at ASH was recently added to our list of members in need of C.L. donations. Download flier.
The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) annual health Open Enrollment period for the 2016 calendar year is September 14 - October 9, 2015. For more information, visit the CalPERS Press Release.
Vevelene Nah, PT at MSH was recently added to our list of members in need of C.L. donations. Download flier.
CAPT is strongly opposed to the Post and Bid fiasco taking place at several of our institutions due to the movement of inmates. Our Post and Bid process is suffering from the department’s instability. Your CAPT representatives are in the process of trying to schedule meetings for our Post and Bids and to get the final, updated Master Assignment Rosters (MARs). We are also awaiting confirmation as to how many positions will remain at each institution. Download flier.