OARP-Oregon Association of Rehabilitation Professionals
Oregon Chapter of IARP
Holiday Meeting and Social      

      Come, and learn about cultural issues that may occur when providing
 academic and vocational assistance to individuals with limited English speaking
                                 skills and how to provide the best service. Also we will have two speakers from 
                                 the Workers' Compensation Division that will speak about the Interagency                                                     Agreement and how it affects the Preferred Worker.   

                                  Stay for the Holiday Social/Fundraiser, 
                                                                  a time for mingling, merriment and meaning   

                                                                     December 4, 2014

   More Details                                Oregon Medical Association Building




         Review the Workers’ Compensation                                                                                  Division rule changes that will be                                                                                                 effective April 1, 2014

       Click Here for the Rule Changes


  OARP supports  education, professional development and networking opportunities for rehabilitation professionals throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our members  practice in the fields of interdisciplinary disability management, return-to-work services for individuals with disabilities and vocational rehabilitation counseling. The following are some of the systems in which we assist our clients:

  • Workers'  Compensation
  • Social Security
  • Long and Short Term Disability
  • Forensics
  • Veterans' Services
  • Training
  • Work Site Accomodations
  • Return-To-Work Services
  • Life Care Planning
  • Public Sector Vocational Rehabilitation
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The Injured Worker Fund was created in 1995 to provide assistance to injured workers with a variety of return-to-work/vocational needs that insurance generally does not cover. The Fund has provided assistance to over 100 different injured workers. Their needs include: assistance with relocation, automobile repairs, food, mileage for job searches, utility bills, rent, used computers and other necessities. These are just a few examples of how the rehabilitation community is working to help injured workers in Oregon.

Have an injured worker who needs assistance? Please click on the link below to fill out a fund request form.

Fund Request Form

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