Worth by the American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training Center at Northern Arizona University (Marshall, Day-Davila, & Maskin, 1991; Marshall et al.
What does AIRRTC stand for?
AIRRTC stands for American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
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- American Indian Religious Rights (American Indian prisoners)
- American Indian Resource and Referral (online database)
- Annualized Internal Rate of Return (wealth management)
- Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers (Missionary Independent Spiritual Church)
- African Immigrant and Refugee Resource Center (San Francisco, CA)
- Air Request Reconnaissance (US DoD)
- Associazione Italiana Riabilitazione Reinserimento Invalidi (Italian: Italian Association for Rehabilitation and Reintegration of the Disabled)
- American Indian Rights and Resources Organization (Temecula, CA)
- Association of Insurance and Reinsurance Run Off Companies (est. 2004)
- Aircraft Inventory Readiness Reporting System (US Navy)
- Accident and Illness Reporting System
- Action Item Reporting System
- Advanced Incident Reporting System
- Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere
- Advanced Inertial Reference System
- Advanced Infrared Sounder
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- Aerometric Information Retrieval System
- AIDS Institute Reporting System (New York State Department of Health)
- Air Quality Subsystem (EPA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Because the project was a statewide, cooperative endeavor, those involved included administrators and rehabilition counselors from SBVI, an administrator, rehabilitation teacher, and orientation and mobility instructor from the Institute for Human Development at Northern Arizona University, a professor from the Special Education and Rehabilitation Department at the University of Arizona, and a trainer from the American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (AIRRTC) at Northern Arizona University.
In summarizing research conducted by faculty and staff of the American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (AIRRTC), O'Connell (1987) reported that the rate at which the State-Federal rehabilitation system provided rehabilitation services to American Indians with disabilities was substantially lower than that for the U.