Divisions of the National Rehabilitation Association
As a member of the National Rehabilitation Association, you are invited to join our professional divisions, focusing on special rehabilitation issues. These divisions tackle important issues for a variety of rehabilitation professions with specialized journals and newsletters, as well as in-depth training seminars geared toward their members' disciplines. Yearly membership fees range from $5 to $50.
Association of Rehabilitation Technicians and Specialist (ARTS)
Membership includes benefits specialists, counselor/specialists, andindividuals committed to the personal and economic independence of persons with disabilities.
National Rehabilitation Association of Job Placement and Development (NRA-JPD)
Membership includes all persons providing career development and placement and those that support the employment of persons with disabilities.
National Association for Independent Living (NAIL)
Membership includes professionals working together with consumers for the empowerment of persons with disabilities and to enhance the quality of life and to promote the rights of citizens with disabilities.
National Association of Disability Benefits Specialists (NADBS)
Membership includes benefits specialists, counselor/specialists, and individuals committed to the personal and economic independence of persons with disabilities.
National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns (NAMRC)
Membership includes persons committed to the support and actively champion concerns that affect the rehabilitation needs and services of multicultural persons with disabilities.
National Association of Rehabilitation Leadership (NARL)
Membership includes Rehabilitation leaders and administrators and persons interested in developing leadership skills for administration, supervision of education in the Rehabilitation industry.
National Association of Service Providers in Private Rehabilitation (NASPPR)
Membership includes persons employed in rehabilitation in the private sector (profit or non profit).
National Rehabilitation Counseling Association (NRCA)
Membership includes rehabilitation counselors working with people with physical, sensory, mental, developmental, intellectual and emotional disabilities to overcome functional and social barriers to employment, independent living and social integration.
Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association (RCEA)
Membership includes Rehabilitation Counselors, Rehabilitation Educators, Counselor Superiors, Researchers in Rehabilitation Counseling, and Students in a Rehabilitation Education Program.
Rehabilitation Program Evaluation Network (RPEN)
Membership includes professionals, educators, students and all other interested persons who are committed to the advancement and improvement of program evaluation, quality assurance and performance in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Transition Specialties Division (TRANSIT)
Membership is available to all individuals who hold a membership in NRA and who have concerns regarding transition of young adults with disabilities into careers. The division is focused on joining efforts between all interested parties – rehabilitation professionals, special education staff, aides, resource teachers, placement staff, transition coordinators, teachers, paraprofessionals, parents and students.
Vocation Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA)
Membership includes professionals, educators, and students in the practice of assessment, training and technology, promoting the successful attainment of career goals of persons with disabilities.