Oregon Chapter of IARP
Who are we?
The Oregon Chapter of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals provides a community for rehabilitation professionals in their quest for education and professional growth, thereby promoting effective, interdisciplinary services for persons with disabilities.
IARP OR serves a diverse membership practicing in the fields of vocational rehabilitation, disability management consulting, case management, workers’ compensation, forensics and expert testimony and life care planning.
IARP OR supports the professional growth of its members by providing an ethics code, professional competence standards, continuing education programs, networking opportunities and group-discounted packages of professional benefits.
IARP OR fosters rehabilitation discussion and innovation through conferences, online education, and a quarterly Newsletter.
IARP OR strives to shape public policy favorable to private-sector rehabilitation by working closely with other professional associations, government, and industry.
Our Mission and Goals
IARP is dedicated to promoting effective multidisciplinary rehabilitation, disability management, and return-to-work services on behalf of persons with disabilities and the economically disadvantaged; enhancing the competency of service providers; supporting innovation in related business development and management, and becoming the pre-eminent source for shaping public policy that affects rehabilitation.
To pursue this purpose, IARP will strive towards the following goals:
Contact our rehabilitation association in Oregon for information on vocational rehabilitation and disability management. For a listing of local rehabilitation professionals go to IARP Connect Directory.