MD Rehabilitation Conference

Submit a Session Proposal

Maryland Rehabilitation Association & the Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services Present: Maryland Rehabilitation Conference 2017. Employment: A Capital Idea!  November 2nd & 3rd, 2017. Annapolis, Maryland, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel.

Maryland Rehabilitation Conference 2017 -
Call for Presentations Form

The conference program committee needs YOUR ideas for workshops and presentations!

Submission, Review & Notification:

  • Proposals are due to the Committee by July 17, 2017.
  • 20 proposals will be selected.
  • Each break-out session is 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Email proposals and/or questions to Derick Serra, the Program Committee chair, or call him at 410-554-9381 for more information.

Feel free to pass this “Call” along to agencies, organizations, and/or individuals whom you believe would be interested in offering a training session at the Conference.

Contact Information:
Derick Serra, Staff Development Specialist
Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
Phone: 410-554-9381

​Breakout Sessions from Our 2016 Conference

  • Using Evidence-Based Mental Health First Aid
  • Gaining Leadership, Independence, Direction, and Experience for High School Students
  • Brain Injury, Stroke and Vocational Rehabilitation: The Road to Employment
  • Serving Your Clients Through EARN Maryland
  • What Helps, What Harms Maryland: A Young Adult Peer-Led Quality Improvement Project
  • Are You Boring Your Workshop Participants?
  • Psychometric Instruments The Rehabilitation Counselors Utilize in Vocational Assessment 
  • Using 21st Century Labor Market Information in Career Counseling
  • Brain Injury & Aging: Implications for Employment
  • Boomers to Linksters: Thriving in the Multi-Generational Workplace
  • Building Interviewing Skill in Justice-Involved Consumers
  • The Power of Specialized Job Hunting Tactics
  • Why Apprenticeship is a Viable Option for Your Clients
  • Get That Job! A Toolkit for Professionals
  • Employment Partnerships: An Employer’s Perspective
  • Making “Ticket-to-Work” Work for Your Organization
  • Fostering Psychological Resiliency
  • DDA Community of Practice
  • Partnership Plus and Ticket-to-Work: Creating a “Winning” Environment
  • The Power of Community Partnership in Developing Work-Based Learning and Employment Opportunities