University of Arkansas CURRENTS

Disability is a natural part of the human experience and in no way diminishes the right of individuals to live independently; enjoy self-determination; make choices; contribute to society; pursue meaningful careers; and enjoy full inclusion and integration in the economic, political, social, cultural, and educational mainstream of American society…
The Findings of the Rehab Act of 1973
Based on our commitment to the principles of the Rehab Act, we believe in the power of each person to contribute their unique talents and perspectives to create an inclusive world.

Welcome to UA CURRENTS - the Center for the Utilization of Rehabilitation Resources for Education, Networking, Training and Service (CURRENTS)

The mission of CURRENTS is to develop and inspire visionary leadership, effective management, and creative customer service solutions as we strive to create a world that values and includes people with disabilities.

CURRENTS creates opportunities for people with disabilities through research, training and technical assistance, collaborative networks, continuing education and project management.

CURRENTS is a partner on two US Department of Education funded National Technical Assistance Centers that help improve opportunities for people with disabilities to get & maintain employment (the Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center and the Job Driven Technical Assistance Center). CURRENTS is also a partner on the PROMISE Model Demonstration project which improves the health, education and post-secondary outcomes for youth with disabilities. Learn more about our projects here.

With offices located in Hot Springs, UA CURRENTS is a part of the University of Arkansas College of Health and Education Professions.

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University of Arkansas CURRENTS
121 Cedar St
Hot Springs, AR 71901
Telephone: 501.623.7700
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