CANAR Home Page
Register Now for New Orleans Training
Registration is now open for TVR-Circle training that will take place in New Orleans on Tuesday, March 31 - Thursday, April 2, 2015.
This training is designed to better equip American Indian Vocational Rahabilitation programs to improve their service delivery to their clients.
To register, click here.
The training will be held at the Hyatt French Quarter, located at 800 Iberville Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70110. A block rooms have been reserved for those attending under TVR-Cirlce. The hotel rate is $139/nightly. To register for a hotel room, click here.
Note: If you need special accomodations needs for the summit and/or training in New Orleans, please email Cinda Hughes: email@example.com
Register today for the CANAR 2015 Mid-year Conference Information
Early registration is NOW OPEN for CANAR 2015 Mid-year Conference that will take place May 4 - 7, 2015 in sunny Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Go to CONFERENCE tab to registration information.
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.