Brain Injuries (BRAIN)
Venue: Hyatt San Francisco
|Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2011||End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2011|
You Are Invited!
Combine your drive to put into place new discoveries in technology and protocols in treatment of Brain Injury with an exciting opportunity to attend the 10th Annual Brain Injuries conference. Despite advances in rehabilitative therapies for brain injury, clinicians are still challenged by many roadblocks in their patients' recovery process. Timely and evidence-based treatments make a difference in functional outcomes. How do you improve treatment adherence? What new modalities have emerged for vegetative and minimally conscious states? What treatment models are being used by the military? Attend the 10th Annual Brain Injuries conference to learn timely and evidence-based treatments and make a difference in your patient's quality of life!
What makes the 2011 conference a must attend event?
A selection of two Preconferences:
Using Technology in Brain Injury Rehabilitation â€“ an interactive Preconference using laptop technology and other assistive devices, bringing rehabilitation into the home for individuals with neurological injuries. Expand rehabilitation options for your patients!
Workshop on Evidence-Based Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual for Therapists, developed by the Brain Injury â€“ Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group. This Preconference will be presented by several of the specialists who developed the manual, due for release by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine in 2011.
Explore the connection between brain injury and addiction, and advance your skills in behavioral management.
Extend treatment and support of brain injured patients via telephone interventions and internet programs.
Discover expanded treatment, including Seated Tai Chi and the power of awareness.
Choose from 20 Concurrent Sessions on a wide variety of topics.
Participate in an optional Roundtable Luncheon with the Faculty â€“ a chance to discuss your complex cases with experts.
Network with experienced clinicians from multidisciplinary backgrounds.
Meet and interact with colleagues who can provide new resources for professional support. Revitalize yourself to do the work you know and love, and make an even greater difference in the lives of patients and their families. Mark your calendar now, share this information with your team members, and plan to attend what promises to be a dynamic educational experience!