The field of private rehabilitation provides exciting and challenging career opportunities. IARP Rehabilitation Case Management and Transition Services (RCTS) Section members work with diverse populations of people with disabilities in business, industry, government, and agency settings. The RCTS Section is an excellent resource for developing and revitalizing your professional career.

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  • RCTS Announcement

    Hello IARP members,

    My name is Hantac Chang, and I am the new chairman for the new Rehabilitation Case Management and Transition Services (RCTS) section. Our Board of Directors are Michael Fryar, Sara Shugars, Laura Frailey, Dr. Steve Allison, and Sharon Morra. 

    Our board is thrilled to announce the merger of the Rehabilitation and Disability Case Management (RDCM) section and the Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Services (VRTS) section. While our section's name has changed, our shared goals from this merger will remain the same: to maximize member benefits in a broader professional community and become the leading rehabilitation professional organization. We are confident that through this merger, we can accomplish our goals and build a stronger community together.  

    Over the past few years, the RDCM section has been a source of insightful webinars and other educational opportunities. These initiatives have covered various topics in vocational rehabilitation, case management, and Functional Capacity Evaluations, and we have provided practical solutions to our challenges as rehabilitation professionals, in a peer-to-peer setting. We are proud to continue this legacy and further enrich our offerings by including Transition Services. Our section is dedicated to providing valuable educational opportunities to all members of our diverse section, including established professionals in the field, emerging professionals, and students. 

    This merger represents a significant change for the IARP community, and our board members are fully committed to ensuring a seamless transition. The Rehabilitation & Disability Case Management (RDCM) Section, established in 2013, was a testament to the organization’s commitment to strengthening the IARP Community and the Private Rehabilitation Industry. Today, we are eager to build upon this foundation and cater to the diverse backgrounds of our organization's rehabilitation specialists. 

    The success of this merger is heavily reliant on the strength of our membership in this organization. We believe that our section members, with our diverse backgrounds and expertise, can help us build a stronger, more robust community that meets our profession's ever-evolving needs and standard of excellence. We are actively seeking additional volunteers for our board of directors for this new endeavor. If you are interested, please contact any of our board members.

    Our board of directors are excited about this new challenge, and the direction of our combined sections. We look forward to offering valuable webinars and informational roundtables to IARP members not only for professional development but also to build our community network.  Knowing our peers and partners nationally leads to the enhancement of individual practices.

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