Our mission is to lead the community of psychologists who, through research, practice, education and advocacy, enhance the well-being of people living with disability or chronic health conditions.
Set the standard of practice for culturally competent, evidence-based, wholistic, and personalized care.
Promote innovative and rigorous research to improve outcomes, services, and organizations, and reduce costs.
Set the standards for education and training in the competencies of rehabilitation psychology.
Be the premier source of psychological knowledge regarding disability and chronic health conditions for healthcare professionals, policymakers, the public, and the media.
Champion disability as a human rights and social justice issue.
Move communities and organizations towards greater access for all in health care, the workplace, and public engagement.