Recognition Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes

ARN offers several opportunities to acknowledge the exemplary work and service of rehabilitation nurses. From awards to scholarships to credentials, there are many ways to recognize your peers and yourself! 

Celebrate your Peers with an ARN Member Award

ARN offers members an opportunity to acknowledge peers and colleagues for their exemplary work and service. Exceptional rehabilitation nurses deserve recognition for their contributions to rehabilitation nursing. Supervisors, colleagues, or family members can submit nominations – and ARN members can nominate themselves!

Learn more about applying for a member award

Continue Your Education with an ARN Scholarship

Looking to pursue a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Nursing? Or maybe you have never attended ARN’s Rehabilitation Nursing Conference—and you really want to but your facility won’t pay for you to attend? Additionally, the ARN NIWI Scholarship will take you to Capitol Hill to learn more about legislative and regulatory processes.

Apply for an ARN scholarship!

Become Known for Your Dedication and Expertise in Rehabilitation Nursing

Each year there is an opportunity to apply for the ARN Fellow Designation (FARN)—the most distinguished level of membership and a public hallmark of professional esteem.

Read More about FARN

ARN Distinguished Service Award

Selected by the ARN Board of Directors and the Council of Leaders, this award recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to rehabilitation nursing and to the organization.

Past Distinguished Service Award Winners

President’s Award

The ARN President’s Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of rehabilitation nursing and to ARN. The recipient is selected by the President.

Past President's Award Winners

Member Spotlight

Honor another member for noteworthy successes by nominating them for a Member Spotlight!

Submit a Spotlight Nomination

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Become an ARN member today to achieve your professional goals as a rehabilitation nurse.

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