NAN's committees and volunteers continually work to curate vital resources for members and pertinent information for non-members as well. Check back often as we share updates and accomplishments you can use in your career.
- The Legislative Action & Advocacy Committee (LAAC) researches and studies public policy issues that impact the field of neuropsychology, provides feedback to the NAN Board of Directors, takes a position on national legislative issues, communicates with elected officials on issues that pertain to neuropsychology, and educates the membership regarding laws that impact the field of neuropsychology.
- The Professional Affairs and Information Committee (PAIC) was developed to address professional issues in neuropsychology. The PAIC’s goals are to provide practice-related information to the NAN membership, provide professional advocacy on behalf of clinical neuropsychology and consumers of neuropsychological services, develop and provide practice-related information and resources, promote the profession of clinical neuropsychology by interacting with local and national organizations that directly impact the profession of neuropsychology (e.g., health insurance companies, other health care professionals) and educate the general public regarding neuropsychology’s role in health care.
- You'll also find other valuable resources from committees such as Social Media, Student, Policy & Planning, Culture & Diversity, and more.