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Register for the next webinar: NRA Membership Chair - Monday, June 6, 2016

This webinar is for chapter and division membership chairs and anyone else who is interested in sharing ideas for increasing and maintaining membership.  Join us to hear from other chapters on what has worked for them and some of our past membership grant recipients.  At the end we will have time to share ideas people have tried and brainstorm new ones.

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Call for Manuscripts: Special Issue of the Journal of Rehabilitation

Dr. Wendy Parent-Johnson of the University of South Dakota, the editor of the Journal of Rehabilitation, the official journal of the National Rehabilitation Association, is disseminating a Call for Submissions for a Special Issue of the journal entitled, “Family Caregiving and Adjustment: A Multicultural Perspective.”  Dr. Charles Edmund Degeneffe of San Diego State University, Dr. Eun-Jeong Lee of the Illinois Institute of Technology, and Dr. Gloria K. Lee of Michigan State University will serve as Guest Editors.  The special issue of the Journal of Rehabilitation will be published in Spring 2018.

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Our New Mission and Vision Statement

Mission: To provide exemplary leadership through social advocacy and legislation, advance cultural awareness and competence across communities, promote excellence in research and practice, and support professionals engaged in the employment and independence of individuals with disabilities.

Vision and Values: The NRA is committed to advancing the professional practices of rehabilitation driven by culturally-competent, ethical, evidence-based and accountable practices so that individuals with disabilities would be regarded and valued as full members of our society. These individuals deserve equal access, expression of choice, and security of freedom within our communities when engaging in all aspects of life.

The NRA draws strength from the unique training, education, and credentialing of our diverse membership that believes excellence and outcomes are achieved by upholding the utmost importance of continuous learning, and professional and personal enrichment.

The NRA values collaborative partnerships and relationships.  Our membership reflects the importance placed on integrity, respect, transparency, accountability, and collaboration across the full spectrum of the rehabilitation profession.

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Read the latest "RSA Commissioner Corner" newsletter which is a quarterly communication designed to provide information and resources that are important for maximizing the opportunity for competitive integrated employment and independence for individuals with disabilities leading to full community inclusion and economic self-sufficiency in the 21st century labor market. Click here to Learn More .

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