Brain Injury and Beyond
Thursday, June 23
2:00 p.m. EDT
Brain injury can take many forms and have a variety of causes. It can also be challenging to address from a professional standpoint. However, there are strategies and tools to help.
This one-hour webinar will cover such topics as::
Brain Injury Basics. How might brain injury occur? What are the consequences of Brain Injury?
Understanding mood, memory and behavior after brain injury. Why doesn't my client remember what we talked about? Last time I was here, they seemed excited about this, and now they act like it is the worst thing in the world.
Ongoing symptoms and what to think about in terms of safety. What ongoing symptoms can occur - headaches, dizziness, etc., and how should we consider these possibilities in regard to safety?
Introduction to mobile technologies for individuals with brain injury. How can these tools help?
Elaine M. Comarella has been the CEO at the Hickock Center for Brain Injury for ten years. Under her direction, the Hickok Center has evolved from a small agency serving a handful of adult survivors of brain injury to a thriving organization that embraces a strong foundation of commitment, integrity, and excellence - an agency moving forward into a new era of growth and opportunity in the communities it serves.
After growing up on a Connecticut dairy farm and experiencing life's turns, she earned a BS in behavioral science from the University of New Hampshire and a master's in business administration from Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire. Elaine has over 25 years of experience in human services and 10 years' experience in the management of brain injury programs.
A question & answer period will follow the presentation.
To participate in this free webinar, click here to access the online registration form by Tuesday, June 21. Instructions for accessing the session will be sent to registrants by Wednesday, June 22. Please pass on this invitation to others you believe may be interested. Contact AgrAbility at 800-825-4264 or email email@example.com if you have questions.