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The Journal of Rehabilitation is published quarterly as a publication of the National Rehabilitation As­sociation. Its content reflects the broad perspectives of the Association's membership.
Articles are written by professionals in the field of rehabilitation, and are peer-reviewed. They should present, describe, and discuss rehabilitation con­cepts and related research.
Manuscripts are acknowledged upon receipt and, following preliminary review by the editor, are sent to members of the Editorial Review Boards for anonymous review. Each manuscript should contain a separate cover sheet with) the manuscript title, the authors' names, their degrees, affiliations and complete mailing addresses, phone numbers and email address for contact person. An abstract of approximately 100 words should appear on page two providing a brief summary of content. The first page of the text should contain only the title, with the author's name(s) omitted.
Upon review, manuscripts are either accepted, re- . (e􀀧ted or returned for revision. Approximately

three months may elapse between submission and decision. Accepted articles are usually published in the order of their receipt.
Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts should be original work not currently being considered by any other publishing source. Manuscripts must be submitted via email in Micro­soft Word Document version 97-2003.
Submissions should be sent as an attachment to the attention of Dr. Wendy Parent-Johnson,  and should be emailed to:

In Review
Reviews of pertinent books, audiovisual materials and computer software are published in each issue. Reviews should be 1-4 pages in length and should include authors' names, publisher, year of publica­tion, length (in pages), minutes or software require­ments, and list price. Publishers interested in hav­ing materials reviewed, and persons interested in reviewing materials, should contact:
Alan Davis
South Dakota State University
Stylistic Requirements
All submissions should follow the style require­ments of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association-6th Edition. Authors should maintain the integrity of people with disabil­ities by avoiding language that equates people with their conditions, e.g. "the mentally ill''. They should instead employ terminology which emphasizes the individual, e.g. "people with mental illness:'
Submissions which do not adhere to these guide­lines will be returned .
For further information regarding the Journal pub­lishing process, contact:
Wendy Parent-Johnson, Ph.D., CRC, CESP
Professor and Executive Director
Sonoran UCEDD | Department of Family &
Community Medicine
University of Arizona | College of Medicine
1521 E. Helen St. | PO Box 210155H | Tucson, AZ 85721
520.626.0080 | Fax: 520.626.0081 |



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