Neuro Institute

The NeuroRestorative Rehabilitation Learning Institute offers monthly, one hour online CEU opportunities for brain injury rehabilitation professionals. On one of the last Fridays of every month from 12-1 p.m. EST our highly qualified Neuro Institute faculty members will deliver engaging, innovative programs spanning a variety of topics related to rehabilitation services. The live presentations and recordings will be available to view for CE credit for Case Managers (CCMS), Social Workers (NASW), and Florida Board of Nursing (accepted in all states except AZ, NH, NC, OH). All other attendees will receive a general certificate of attendance. Opportunities are updated often, so make sure to check back for future presentation topics. If you have any questions about current or future events, please email institute@neurorestorative.com.

Upcoming Events

February 23, 2018

Topic: Executive Cognitive Functions: Strategies to Facilitate Community Participation and Life Satisfaction Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Faculty: Steven Wheeler, Ph.D., OTR/L, Professor and Chair, Occupational Therapy, University of Cincinnati
Consultant, NeuroRestorative Kentucky

CEUs: This presentation is approved for CEUs.

  • Participants will be able to describe how executive dysfunction can impact one’s ability to participate successfully in adult roles and relationships.
  • Participants will be able to describe the role of goal setting in the assessment and treatment process following TBI.
  • Participants will identify how impaired awareness of deficits impacts the recovery process following TBI.
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March 30, 2018

Topic: The Quality of Rehabilitation
Faculty: Frank Lewis, Ph.D., National Director of Clinical Outcome Services, NeuroRestorative
Gordon Horn, Ph.D., National Deputy Director of Clinical Outcome Services, NeuroRestorative

CEUs: This presentation is approved for CEUs.

  • Participants will develop a measurable individualized rehabilitation plan of care.
  • Participants will differentiate models of rehabilitation including a traditional rehabilitation approach of strengths and weaknesses vs. a hierarchical model of care.
  • Participants will understand how to provide rehabilitation regardless of time since injury.
  • Participants will understand how to provide quality care for the individual served.
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