Links

Neuropsychology Research Organization
http://www.neuroresearch.org/

Canadian Rehabilitation Directory
http://www.crehab.com/

Providing the most immediate and relevant rehabilitation news, information and resources available to rehabilitation professionals consumers, businesses and students globally on the World Wide Web.

Health Psychology and Rehabilitation
http://www.healthpsych.com/

The healthpsych™ Health Psychology web site contains information and viewpoints about the interaction of psychological and medical conditions (or psychomedical disorders). This includes information about psychological difficulties that can be caused by medical conditions, as well as psychological factors which can complicate or delay recovery from medical conditions. This information may have implications for the fields of : Clinical health psychology, Integrated primary care, Occupational medicine, Occupational and physical therapy, Pain management, Rehabilitation, Risk management, Wellness programs

Neuroscience Center
http://www.neuroscience.cnter.com/

It is our goal to make The NeuroScience Center website an indispensible source of clinical and research information for professionals of all disciplines who are working in the neurosciences. This site contains commercially and freely provided information that is updated on regular schedules, so please come by often to read articles, checkout software offers, check the events calendar, look up facilities for referrals, etc. Our premiere service, The Library Of Neuropsychological Information ( LONI ) is now open. LONI is a site for professionals working in the neurosciences doing clinical and/or research work in the areas of diagnostics and rehabilitation for those with cerebral dysfunction from neurological etiology. It is open to certified or licensed professionals of all specialties including physicians, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, nurses, cognitive rehabilitation therapists and attorneys. Among the services to be provided are:

Physical Therapist On-line
http://physicaltherapist.com/library/

Canadian. The Library contains information and articles exclusive to Physical Therapist Online as well as numerous links to valuable learning resources available on the web. They have links to numerous commercial sites.

Rehabilitation Neuropsychologists Home Page
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Spa/3706/

This page is designed to serve as a forum for Neuropsychologists working in Brain Injury and Physical Rehabilitation settings to discuss treatment, practice-related issues, research ideas, and other topics of mutual interest.

Rehabilitation Associations (US)

National Rehabilitation Association
http://www.nationalrehab.org/website/index.html

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM)
http://www.acrm.org/

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
http://www.apta.org/

National Association of Rehabilitation Agencies (NARA)
http://www.podi.com/nara/

National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector (NARPPS)
http://www.narpps.org/

National Rehabilitation Counseling Association (NRCA)
http://www.nchrtm.okstate.edu/NRCA_files/NRCA.htm

Other Associations (Canada)

Canadian Psychological Association
http://www.cpa.ca/

Ontario Psychological Association
http://www.psych.on.ca

The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
http://www.torontorehab.on.ca/

Vocational & Rehabilitation Research Institute (VRRI)
http://www.vrri.org

The Association for the Neurologically Disabled of Canada
http://www.and.ca/
Phone: 800-561-1497
E-mail: info@AND.ca

The Association for the Neurologically Disabled of Canada (A.N.D. Canada) is a Canadian non-profit charitable organization. We dedicate ourselves to providing functional rehabilitation programs to individuals with non-progressive neurological disabilities. With the help of A.N.D., higher achievement is within reach. Our goal is to help the neurologically disabled reach their full potential by treating the cause of the neurological disability rather than the symptom. Our unique home-based, non-institutionalized rehabilitation program attempts to stimulate the brain’s ability to develop despite injury or inadequate development. It is a program which is individualized to meet the needs of each client and the abilities of each family.

Opportunities Through Rehabilitation and Work Society (ORW)
http://www.corp.direct.ca/orw/findex.html

ORW is a non-profit, independently funded resource base, serving organizations, business and government involved in the employment of persons with disabilities. The organization provides consultation services and collects and distributes employment related information and material. Specifically ORW seeks out new and innovative approaches to increasing the employment of people with disabilities.

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
http://www.workink.com

The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work’s (CCRW) mission is to promote and support equal and equitable employment of people with disabilities. As innovators and agents of change we build partnerships, develop skills, share knowledge, and influence attititudes. Our customers include employers, job seekers, governments, labour, educators and service providers.

Canadian Physiotherapy Association
http://www.physiotherapy.ca/

Copyright 2015 - RREES.com