You the National Rehabilitation Association NRA the North Carolina Rehabilitation Association NCRA A Winning Combin

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You the National Restoration Affiliation (NRA) and the North Carolina Recovery Affiliation (NCRA) = A Triumphant Blend!. NRA History

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You + the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) & the North Carolina Rehabilitation Association (NCRA) = A Winning Combination!

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NRA History – From its start in 1925, the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) has been:  A grass roots supporter of significant point of interest enactment for people with handicaps, ensuring professional open doors, affecting demeanors and condition, and restoration investigate.  An essential compel behind many major administrative activities in recovery projects and administrations for people with inabilities.  A key advocate in propelling the restoration callings, including backing of Senate Resolution 120 which assigned March 22, 2007 as National Rehabilitation Counselor Appreciation Day.

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NRA's Vision and Mission VISION NRA looks to dispose of obstructions to the work and additionally profitability of people with incapacities. MISSION NRA is a part association that advances moral and best in class rehearse in recovery with the objective of the individual and monetary autonomy of people with handicaps.

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NRA Core Values We esteem all individuals We are energetic in our confidence in the financial and individual autonomy of people with inabilities. We are focused on propelling the calling of restoration as one with moral and edified practice. Our quality lies in the differences of our individuals and their work in the full scope of restoration fields the affiliation speaks to. We take unprecedented pride in what people with incapacities fulfill each day. Our associations with each other and the people we serve depend on trust, straightforwardness, and uprightness. We have faith in the significance of long lasting learning for expert and individual improvement.

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Legislative Advocacy Professional Development Networking Opportunities (Local, State, Regional and National) Leadership Training Professional Liability Insurance Health Insurance Award Winning Publications Support of Your Profession Why is NRA Membership Important to YOU?

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Education and Professional Development Annual Governmental Affairs Summit National Training Conference Leadership Training Teleconferences Division Training Conferences

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NRA Promotes Advocacy NRA's Annual Governmental Affairs Summit Provides individuals with the important instruments to get to their Senators and Representatives, both at home and on Capital Hill The Washington Wire , NRA's authoritative distribution Provides applicable and current administrative data Is conveyed straightforwardly to NRA individuals' email Can be gotten to on the NRA site

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Lead-On Award E. B. Whitten Award NRA Organization Award Yvonne Johnson Leadership Award Max T. Sovereign Meritorious Service Award W. F. Faulkes Award Belle Greve Award Excellence in Media Award Sylvia Walker Multicultural Award Graduate Literacy Award NRA Chapter of the Year Award NRA Awards

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NRA Membership Categories: $132 Professional $650 Organizational (One part and four associates) $42 Student NRA Donor Support Categories: ( Can not join Divisions, vote, or hold an office, but rather can go to meetings at part rate) $75 Individual Donor $1,500 Institutional Donor Payment Methods Dues might be effectively paid via programmed bank draft, check, cash request, or charge card. For your benefit, contribution might be ponied up all required funds, or in portions. NRA Annual Membership Dues

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NRA Divisions: Something for Everyone's Interests! NRA individuals are managed chances to join proficient divisions in ranges of expert or extraordinary interests. Divisions support proficient improvement courses reflecting data and learning in their forte ranges.

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NRA Divisions/Annual Dues Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA) Professional & Associate - $35, Student - $5 A relationship of experts, instructors, and understudies in the act of appraisal , preparing, and innovation, advancing the effective accomplishment of the profession objectives of people with incapacities. Restoration Counselors and Educators Association (RCEA) Professional & Member - $45, Student - $20 An expert relationship of recovery advisors and instructor teachers, advocate bosses, specialists in recovery directing, and understudies in recovery programs. Work Placement and Development Association (NRAJPD) Professional - $30, Student - $8 An expert relationship of people giving vocation advancement and arrangement, and other people who bolster the work of people with incapacities.

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National Association for Independent Living (NAIL) Member - $25, Student - $10 A relationship of experts, cooperating with buyers, for the strengthening of people with inabilities, and to upgrade the personal satisfaction and advance the privileges of residents with incapacities. National Association of Rehabilitation Support Staff (NARSS) Professional - $20 A relationship of people utilized as recovery collaborators, assistants, or specialists and other restoration colleagues who bolster the recovery of people with incapacities. National Association of Service Providers in Private Rehabilitation (NASPPR) Professional & Affiliate - $30, Student - $5 A relationship of people utilized in recovery positions in the private part (benefit as well as non-benefit). NRA Divisions/Annual Dues

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National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns (NAMRC) Member - $20, Consumer & Student - $10 A relationship of people resolved to bolster and effectively champion worries that influence the recovery needs and administrations to multicultural people with incapacities. National Association of Disability Benefit Specialists (NADBS) Professional - $30, Student - $15 A relationship of advantages instructors/pros and people focused on the individual and monetary freedom of people with inabilities. National Association of Rehabilitation Leadership (NARL) Professional - $30, Student - $15 An expert relationship of restoration pioneers and managers and people with an enthusiasm for creating initiative aptitudes for organization, supervision, or instruction in the recovery business. NRA Divisions/Annual Dues

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NRA Structure NRA participation manages programmed enrollment at no extra cost in your district, state and nearby sections. With an objective of affecting enrollment investment in Association undertakings, NRA's participation is spread more than 7 districts across the country: Great Lakes , Great Plains , Mid-Atlantic , Northeast , Pacific , Southeast , and Southwest

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NRA Membership by Region

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Our State Chapter North Carolina Rehabilitation Association (NCRA)

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North Carolina Rehabilitation Association History – From its start in 1956, NCRA has:  S ponsored a yearly preparing meeting to concentrate on preparing and customer needs. Amid the meeting, unique honors and acknowledgment, which incorporate NCRA Meritorious Service, NCRA Outstanding Achievement Award, Employer of the Year of Persons with Disabilities, T. L. McClellan Scholarship, Personal Achievement and the Professional Achievement Awards are introduced.  Since 1980 , NCRA has been spoken to in the NRA Governmental Affairs Seminar in Washington, D.C.  On May 3, 1985, NCRA supported the main North Carolina Disability Awareness Day before the North Carolina Legislative Building to advance the autonomy of people with handicaps.  In May of 1996 the principal NCRA Legislative Breakfast was held for state administrators.  In 1997 the Odell Tyndall Legislative Meritorious Service Award was made.

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NCRA Highlights: A glad piece of the Southeast Region of NRA Our 2009 President is Patsy Tilley One(1) dynamic Division – the North Carolina Vocational Evaluators & Work Adjustment Association (NCVEWAA) - 2009 President is Betty Beachum Comprised of three (3) extremely dynamic territorial nearby sections: Chapter I, III, & IV

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NCRA – Chapter 1 Western fragment of the state– Comprised of the accompanying areas: Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Burke, Cabarrus, Caldwell, Catawba, Cherokee, Clay, Cleveland, Gaston, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Iredell, Jackson, Lincoln, Macon, Madison, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Mitchell, Polk, Rowan, Rutherfordton, Stanly, Swain, Transylvania, Union, Watauga, Wilkes, & Yancey 2009 Chair – Joy Tribble Membership Chair – Joy Tribble

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NCRA - Chapter III Central bit of the state –Encompasses the accompanying provinces: Alamance, Anson, Bladen, Caswell, Chatham, Cumberland, Davidson, Davie, Durham, Forsyth, Franklin, Granville, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Johnston, Lee, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Person, Randolph, Richmond, Robeson, Rockingham, Sampson, Scotland, Stokes, Surry, Vance, Wake, Warren, & Yadkin 2009 Chair – Janet Davis Membership Chair – Annette Ruth

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NCRA - Chapter IV Chapter IV – Eastern piece of the state – Consists of the accompanying regions: Beaufort, Bertie, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Columbus, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Edgecombe, Gates, Greene, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, New Hanover, Northhampton, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Pitt, Tyrrell, Washington, Wayne, & Wilson Host part for the 2007 NCRA Annual Training Conference at the Sheraton New Bern Hotel & Marina October 31 – November 2 2009 Chair – Glovette Shannon Membership Chair - Ruby Reid-Meeks

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: I as of late joined NRA, how soon will I get my Member ID Card? A: NRA sends participation cards inside four weeks of receipt of the enrollment application. Q: Can I join a div