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Flat View Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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Monday, September 15, 2014
Day In The Life Photo Contest Voting Deadline

It’s time to vote for your favorite ARN Photo Contest photos! Please view the fabulous entries and cast your vote. The top four photo submissions will be on display at the ARN Annual Educational Conference in Anaheim, CA, where voting by attendees will determine the winning photos. Thanks for voting!



Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/membership/content/Photo-Contest-Ballot-2014.html
Friday, September 19, 2014
ARN Annual Conference Early Bird Deadline

Early bird deadline for the 40th Annual Educational Conference is September 19, 2014.

Visit Conference Web Central for all of the details and to register at the reduced rate.




Sunday, September 21, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Monday, September 22, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Falls Prevention Awareness Day is September 23, 2014, the first day of fall. Use ARN’s products on patient safety to prepare!

 

Take Care! Safe Patient Handling Works! CD Rom

Illustrated Guide to Safe Patient Handling and Movement

Safe Patient Handling & Movement: A Practical Guide




Wednesday, September 24, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Thursday, September 25, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Friday, September 26, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
Saturday, September 27, 2014
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation was established by Allied Services in 1996. Its mission is to educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation; develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential through rehabilitation.

Involve Your Facility and Your Community

The goal of the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation is to involve as many people as possible in the annual awareness celebration. Here are a few ideas to help get you started.

Community Outreach Activities

Activities Within Your Organization

Communicating Your Message 

The National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration is a valuable public relations vehicle for promoting the importance of rehabilitation. Some ideas can be found here for effectively communicating your stories.

Share Rehab Facts and Information

Promote the value and importance of rehabilitation by sharing information with the public through educational forums, festivals, fairs; through media outlets such as newspapers, television and radio reports; or display through billboards, banners, community bulletin boards, etc. Include rehab statistics from your own organization or use these facts and general information.

 

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Url: http://www.rehabnurse.org/pressroom/content/RehabWeek.html
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