About National Rehabilitation Association
The National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) is a national, non-profit, professional organization dedicated to advocating, supporting, and enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families. Established in 1925, the association is the oldest and largest advocacy organization for individuals with disabilities. The NRA disseminates up-to-date information, conducts educational seminars, and provides opportunities through knowledge and diversity for professionals in the field of rehabilitation. The National Rehabilitation Association has approximately 11,000 members and 69 chapters across the country. It produces educational materials such as the “The Journal of Rehabilitation” and “Contemporary Rehab.” In addition, the association sponsors an annual training conference with exhibits displaying the latest in rehabilitation technologies, gives out annual awards to individuals and organizations who make major contributions in the field of rehabilitation, and provides access to a nationwide employment network.