Having Technical Difficulties?
Our site has garnered plenty of praise for its sharp looks and tasteful animation, but it does utilize newer technology that some older browsers can't handle. For this reason, if anything on the site doesn't seem to be working the way it should, it may be a great time to take a minute and upgrade your software for free.
1. First, try upgrading your Macromedia Flash Player, which is pre-installed on all new computers and allows you to see fast-loading animation and dynamic content. It installs automatically and only takes a few seconds to download. Click Here
2. If that quick fix doesn't work, it's probably time to upgrade to a newer version of your Internet browser. You have two free options: Microsoft's Intenert Explorer, or Netscape's Navigator. Both companies recently released new versions (IE 6 and Navigator 6.2) and they look great. Click on one of the previous links to go to those companies upgrade centers. This may take a while to download, but if you are using an older version, you may find that the newer versions offer a lot more features and will enhance your Internet experience. But be sure to bookmark our home page before you leave so you can return later!
If these two options don't work, or if you are in a corporate/academic environment where you are not allowed to upgrade (be sure to send an request to your IT department to upgrade your Flash Player and Internet Browser), there are not too many other options. Before you give up (in case it isn't an issue of your browser but rather with our site), write to firstname.lastname@example.org, but be sure to tell us what operating system you are using (i.e. Window 95), your Internet browsing version (click on help and about for your version number), and exactly where you are having the problem and, if possible, copy and paste the error message you are seeing into your message. We will try to get back to you shortly.
Lastly, if you are an employer trying to post a new job but can't log in, make sure you are clicking on the "Uncle Sam" image and logging in there versus trying to log into the RehabCareer.net email center. There is a separate employers help section after you click on the "Uncle Sam" that may help answer your job posting question.