It is the purpose of PRA to:
Encourage and foster the recruitment, professional growth, and retention of qualified, competent, dedicated personnel in the field of rehabilitation.
Promote the development of best practices in the delivery of rehabilitation services to people with disabilities
Educate our community about disability
Advocate for the public policy to support full inclusion of people with disabilities in our society
Happy Thanksgiving from PRA! We are thankful for all of you who tirelessly devote yourself to helping others. Your commitment to our community to promote full inclusion of people with disabilities is noticed and appreciated! We hope that you have time to relax, rejuvenate, and know you’re appreciated.
Written by Kyle Walker: I am a proud Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. It seems trendy to drop vocational from Rehabilitation Counseling. But, I embrace that part of my professional identity unapologetically. Vocational is not a dirty word. Vocational is the heart of what I do and is central to the human experience. Vocational comes from…
Domestic Violence Among People with Disabilities PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) provides training and technical assistance to programs and stakeholders with a focus on survivor-led and trauma-informed services to unserved and underserved survivors, oversees statewide prevention initiatives, and collaborates with allied professionals to develop and maintain community partnerships to enhance comprehensive services to these…
Alopecia Areata and Cosmetic Health Conditions: Implications for VR and Quality of Life This webinar will be held via zoom at NO COST and is pre-approved for 1 CRC credit! This presentation will focus on the implications of living with cosmetic health conditions with a specific focus on alopecia areata. The presenter will discuss his…