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TVR-CIRCLE Regional Training - June 2 - 4, 2015
You still have time to register for the TVR-CIRCLE regional training that will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - Thursday, June 4, 2015 at the Silver Reef Hotel and Casino in Ferndale, Washington.
This Practical TVR Training II will allow the attendee to learn about the history and goal of tribal vocational rehabilitation on Day One of the training.
On Day Two participants will learn how to develop IPEs, review case studies and learn how to effectively perform case management.
During Day Three, attendees will learn about comprehenisive assessement, job development/placement and case closure. Click here for the agenda for the training.
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Silver Reef Hotel Casino and Spa
4876 Haxton Way
Ferndale, Washington 98248
To make your hotel registration online, click here
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2015 CANAR Annual Conference to be Held in Salt Lake City
Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
Please save the week of November 9 - 12, 2015 for the 2015 CANAR Annual Conference that will be held at the Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown. Early registration coming soon.
New Contact Information
As of December 1, 2014, the board of directors and leadership team of CANAR, Inc. are pleased to announce the organization's Washington, D.C. office.
Randy Slikkers, Executive DirectorCANAR, Inc.1425 K Street, NW - Suite 350Washington, DC 20005Office: 202-587-2741Cell: 202-815-0572
**Please mail conference payments and membership dues to the updated address above.
CANAR will advance and improve rehabilitation services by:
- Providing a forum to enable administrators of Native American rehabilitation and to study, deliberate, and act upon matters affecting rehabilitation with the ultimate goal of expanding quality rehabilitation services to Native American persons with disabilities.
- Providing a resource for the formulation and expression of collective points of view of administrators for Native American rehabilitation on issues affecting rehabilitation on reservations, trust territories, Alaskan Native villages, and across the country and to disseminate these views to service providers, related facilities, companies, and concerned citizens.
- Providing a means of communication with related organizations and governmental bodies on matters related to rehabilitation service provision, education and research.
- Conducting and supporting research demonstration which leads to an improvement of rehabilitation services for Native Americans with disabilities on reservations, trust territories, Alaskan Native villages, and across the country.
- Promoting and maintaining service outcomes that develop a professional identity for practitioners in rehabilitation whose career goals are rehabilitation service provision, education, and administration to Native Americans with disabilities.
- Conducting and supporting efforts to increase the number of Native American practitioners in Vocational Rehabilitation.