The Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Training (ARRT) Program increases capacity for high-quality rehabilitation research by supporting grants to institutions to provide advanced research training to individuals with doctorates or similar advanced degrees who have clinical or other relevant experience. Grants are made to institutions to recruit qualified persons, including individuals with disabilities, and to prepare them to conduct independent research related to disability and rehabilitation, with particular attention to research areas that support the implementation and objectives of the Rehabilitation Act and that improve the effectiveness of services authorized under the Act.
This research training may integrate disciplines, teach research methodology, and promote the capacity for disability studies and rehabilitation science. Training projects must operate in interdisciplinary environments and provide training in rigorous scientific methods.
How to Apply
Eligible applicants are institutions of higher education, nonprofit organizations, and other organizations and/or agencies.
View a list of NIDILRR funding opportunities and application kits. Note: When you click on this link, you will see all of the NIDILRR’s forecasted and posted funding announcements. To limit the set to ARRT funding announcements, type “ARRT” without quotes in the keywords box and hit the search button.
As a rough guideline, check the preceding link between October and April every year.
View the Guide to Applying for some helpful application tips.
Contact Anne Ordway at NIDILRR if you have questions about the ARRT Program funding mechanism.