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 (CCMC), Social Workers (NASW), and ANCC (RN) provides National Nursing Continuing Education Courses Certification. 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

Upcoming Events

October 26, 2018

Topic: Nutrition and Traumatic Brain Injury

Faculty: Frank D. Lewis, PhD, National Director of Clinical Outcome Services

CEUs: This presentation is approved for CEUs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will understand the effect of carbohydrates, sugar, and fats on brain function.
  • Participants will understand how neurotransmitters are important for learning and memory.
  • Participants will discuss the foods that promote good brain chemistry.
  • Participants will understand the vitamins and minerals that promote healthy brain functioning.
  • Participants will understand the benefits of exercise as it relates to memory.

November 30, 2018

Topic: Psychopharmacologic Approaches to Attention, Alertness, and Initiation after Brain Injury

Faculty: Mel B. Glenn, M.D. , Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Harvard Medical School, NeuroRestorative Massachusetts, Community Rehab Care

CEUs: This presentation is approved for CEUs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to explain the differential diagnostic approach to cognitive and behavioral disorders following brain injury.
  • Participants will be able to list three medications that can cause impaired attention, alertness, and/or initiation.
  • Participants will be able to describe which medications are best for the treatment of hypo-arousal, abulia, slow processing speed, and attentional dysfunction in people with TBI.