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All in person ILSA meetings and gatherings are cancelled until further notice, including the ASA National Convention
Here are some resources provided by Morrill & Fiedler for small businesses.
Borrower Protection plan: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18UV5WggSSWpE9q6URMnjjjUXdkR24Vvw/view?usp=sharing
PPP Borrower Information Fact Sheet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D5gQSZ6JXp9b14dqOEDAihCBwvKHBcAs/view?usp=sharing
You can volunteer to help Illinois agencies at https://illinoishelps.net/
SIREN stay informed in Illinois on COVID updates: https://www.siren.illinois.gov/
Annual Meeting will be done virtually
05 April 2020
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Strengthen the acupuncture profession by joining ILSA. Your support allows the association to protect our scope of practice, provide discounts on continuing education classes and events, and allows you to build networks and community.
As an ILSA member, you automatically become a member of the American Society of Acupuncturists which provides additional discounts on insurance policies and discounts on CE’s provided in all ASA states.
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About The Illinois Society of Acupuncturists
The Illinois Society of Acupuncturists (ILSA) formerly known as the Illinois Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ILaaom) is Illinois’ oldest professional organization representing Licensed Acupuncturists and students, along with Acupuncture and Herbal Medical Schools and acupuncture-related businesses. It is registered with the State of Illinois as a nonprofit corporation. ILSA was formed in 1983 (as the Illinois State Acupuncture Association) to be the unifying force for Illinois Acupuncturists to uphold ethical and well-regulated standards of practice and to lobby for legislation to advance the profession.