About the Association
Share |
Untitled Document
  • IARP serves a diverse membership practicing in the fields of long-term disability and disability management consulting, case management and managed care, forensics and expert testimony, vocational rehabilitation transition services, life care planning, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) consulting.

  • IARP supports professional growth of its 2,400 members by providing anethics code, professional competence standards, continuing education programs, networking opportunities and group-discounted packages of professional benefits.

  • IARP fosters rehabilitation research and management innovation through conferences, online education and the publication of peer-reviewed articles in The Rehabilitation Professional and the Journal of Life Care Planning.

  • IARP strives to shape public policy favorable to private-sector rehabilitation by working closely with other professional associations, government and industry.