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As our organization continues to grow and flourish with new members, we also want to be sure that those who retire from full-time ET work are given the recognition they deserve.  In July 2023, The executive committee amended a procedure so that retired ET/Ps® and retired BCETs® may continue using ET/P® and BCET® after their name, as long as they stay current in the "retired membership category." Retired ET/Ps® and BCETs® will continue to be listed in the directory. 

Marion Marshall, MS, BCET and Stacy Rotter MA, BCET composed this AET Fact Sheet that beautifully articulates who we are and what we do (and don't do). Please share it liberally with parents, community, allied professionals, and anyone else interested in understanding AET.

Effective January 1, 2023, AET’s continuing education requirements for members at the Associate ET, ET/P, and BCET levels were revised to a minimum requirement of 10 hours annually.  

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