Utah Rehabilitation Association
and JPD joint Training Aug 25, 2021
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 URA is a recognized chapter of the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA). 

A brief history 

Utah is part of the pacific region and founded its chapter in 1950-1951.  NRA authorized chapters to be formed in 1950. The NRA, subsequently created another organizational expansion in 1957 (divisions), and JPD formed out of this expansion in 1963. 

Our mission:

To provide exemplary leadership through social advocacy and legislation, advance cultural awareness and competence across communities, promote excellence in research and practice and support professional engaged in the employment and independence of individuals with disabilities.

Vision and Values:

Draw strength from our diverse membership while upholding the utmost importance of continuous learning and professional and personal enrichment

Create partnerships and relationships that reflect the importance placed on our values across the full spectrum of the rehabilitation profession


National Rehabilitation Association NRA

The NRA is a private, non-profit member organization that promotes ethical and state of the art practice

in rehabilitation with the goal of the personal and economic

independence of persons with disabilities.

National Rehabilitation Association Issue Statements an be accessed below:

Issue Statement HR 620B

Issue Statement –  Disability Integration Act – 2018

I ssue Statement – Qualified Rehabilitation Counselors

Is sue Statement – Protect Medicaid Funding

Issue Statem ent – Marrakesh Book Treaty – 2018


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