APTDAid to the Permanently and Totally Disabled
APTDAcute Phenylalanine/Tyrosine Depletion
APTDArmy Personnel Transformation Directorate
APTDAdvanced Placement Teacher Development (Southeast Missouri State University; Girardeau, MO)
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US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, APTD, (1969) 69.
APTD is a formal, private arrangement between you, a licensed Insolvency Practitioner (IP) and your creditors, who agree to accept only what you can afford to pay over a three-year period.
By December 1952, 41 states ran APTD programs and paid benefits to 221,600 people (Cohen, 1953).