Upon membership with the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) you will be automatically enrolled with your local State Chapter.

Learn more about eligibility requirements and  membership with the National Rehabilitation Association

Benefits of Membership

The National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) is the oldest professional member organization in the United States that advocates for the rights of individuals with disabilities while also promoting high quality, ethical, and collaborative practice across the rehabilitation profession. 

As the leading advocates for the rights of the disabled, NRA membership is a sure way to stay at the forefront of the rehab profession—from the latest educational seminars, information-packed publications and specialty professional divisions to low-cost insurance and financial services.

NRA membership will keep you in touch with cutting-edge programs, publications and seminars on the rehabilitation practice. Boost support of disability, vocational and rehabilitation policies. And advance your professional growth with instant access to a vast network of publications, educational programs and rehab professionals.

One of the NRA member benefits is access to the NRA "members only" website at You will find additional information there including news updates, legislative archives, publications, etc., not available to the public. You can also update your contact information and check the status of your membership. 

Donor Support of NRA

Individual and Institution donor support category is available to retirees, family members, and any others who want to support the National Rehabilitation Association. Individual and Institution donors receive the Contemporary Rehab news magazine. This is not a membership. Donors are not eligible to vote, hold office, join a division or receive other membership benefits.

Boost your rehabilitation skills and professional growth as an NRA member!

Membership Options


$ 25 .00

/ annually
  • Student Memberships are available to Full-Time undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Access to Current and Past issues of the Journal of Rehabilitation (JOR)


$ 75 .00

/ annually
  • A person who has retired (full term career) from work and/or business 
  • Eligible to vote and hold office
  • Access to Current and Past issues of JOR 


$108 .00

/ annually
  • Is available to those members who are not eligible for professional membership status but are involved in and/or retired from the Rehabilitation field
  • Eligible to vote and hold office
  • Access to Current and Past issues of JOR 

New Professional

$ 108 .00

/ annually
  • An Individual who recently completed an accredited college university program     
  • This membership option is only available for the first year after graduation
  • Access to Current and Past issues of JOR 
  • Start networking with professionals in your field


$ 150  .00

/ annually
  • Professional Membership status is available to an industry professional currently working in the field 
  • Eligible to vote and hold office
  • Access to Current and Past issues of JOR 


$ 700 .00

/ annually
  • Organizational Membership/Group membership is available for a group of individuals who work for the same organization
  • Membership belongs to the organization and is non-transferable.  
  • You may however, replace the individual who receive benefits at any time.