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Rehabilitation Club


Rehabilitation Club

The mission of the Rehabilitation Club is to provide aspiring rehabilitation professionals with an opportunity to belong to a professional association aimed at enhancing the lives and opportunities of people with disabilities.

Mission:

To create awareness among campus and community members about the role of the rehabilitation professional and rights of persons with disabilities.

Objectives:

  • To develop and support activities that promote the welfare and rights of persons with disabilities.
  • To provide an information network for rehabilitation professionals so that updated professional information can be easily distributed.
  • To provide a network and forum for rehabilitation students to discuss their professional interests.
  • To provide professional development opportunities for rehabilitation students.


How to Join:

Any ESU student may become a member by simply coming to a meeting. The cost of joining is $3.00 per semester.

Some of the benefits include meeting others that hold interest in rehabilitation; networking with rehabilitation professionals; attending state and national conferences; and participating in fun activities.

Some of the activities we have participated in include:

  • Fundraising for veterans
  • Memory Walk for Alzheimers
  • Rock-n-Roll Bowl at Flint Hill’s Lanes for Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Fundraising for holiday meals and delivering for individuals who are homebound