IARP's professional interest sections give every IARP member an opportunity to understand the variety of practice areas open to rehabilitation professionals. It is through these sections that IARP helps to develop the skills and expertise members need to prosper over the course of their career.
Each IARP section is open to every member. There is no extra fee to join a section as it is part of IARP's all-inclusive membership dues.
Each IARP section is governed by a board of directors and offers a multitude of opportunities for members to volunteer for leadership roles and tasks.
The IARP Forensic Section members comprise a unique and diversified group of vocational experts, life care planners and vocational economists. Our section continues to offer invaluable information through conferences, discussions with other professionals, and challenging experiences in our practices.
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Welcome to Life Care Planning - IALCP Section. This section promotes high standards of professional performance and ethics, in-service training, networking and cooperative efforts to advance life care planning.
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IARP's Rehabilitation and Disability Case Management Section provides professional development, continuing education, research and networking for vocational & medical case managers who coordinate care for individuals with disabilities. Use this community to exchange ideas, solve problems and make connections with other case management professionals.
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The IARP Social Security Vocational Expert Section represents the interests of vocational experts that testify before the Social Security Administration. United through membership in the IARP SSVE section, social security vocational experts are well positioned for responsive communication with the Administration.
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Whether you are new to vocational rehabilitation transition services, curious, or are currently providing transition services, please join in the discussion devoted to increasing the knowledge and skills of those working with special education students receiving transition services.