NeuroRestorative is excited to launch the fall series of our Neuro Institute which offers monthly online CEU opportunities for brain injury rehabilitation professionals. Our highly qualified faculty members will deliver engaging, innovative programs spanning a variety of topics related to brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation services. Our first presentation this fall, “The New Normal —Understanding Individual and Family Dynamics Following Traumatic Brain Injury,” will take place on Friday, October 31, 2014 and will be hosted by Deborah Gutteridge, Clinical Evaluator for NeuroRestorative Carbondale.
The one hour presentations will be hosted one Friday a month beginning at 12 p.m. EST and thereafter will be available to view for CEU credit on NeuroRestorative.com. NeuroRestorative’s expert faculty members from around the country will present on topics ranging from outcomes data, to rehabilitation methods and trends in the industry—providing learning opportunities for professionals in the brain injury rehabilitation field.
“As a leading provider of brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation services NeuroRestorative has a unique opportunity to educate and serve not only our own clinical professionals, but professionals across the brain injury rehabilitation industry,” said Bill Duffy, NeuroRestorative’s Chief Operating Officer. “We are excited to support other professionals and share valuable information from our exceptional clinical staff to further enhance the support of individuals with brain and spinal cord injury across the country.”
Interested individuals can learn more about the Neuro Institute and register for upcoming sessions atNeuroRestorative.com/Institute. Our fall sessions are currently available for registration and more opportunities will be announced soon.
October 31, 2014: The New Normal—Understanding Individual and Family Dynamics Following Traumatic Brain Injury
November 21, 2014: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Combat Veterans
December 19, 2014: Beyond Workbooks, Functional Treatment Strategies for Traumatic Brain Injury