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The Brain Injury Association of Maryland’s
2017 BIAMD Annual Conference - "Partners in Progress" Presentations
(Presentations in BLUE may be downloaded and printed.)
- O'SHANICK - Preventing a Serious Public Health Problem Around Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: How did we do?
- BENVENISITI - Spring Break: A True Story of Hope and Determination
- CERNICH - Traumatic Brain Injury Research at NIH: Progress and Opportunities
- STARR - Weasilience: Handling Life's Wild Moments
- CRUICE - Back to School: A Case Study on Returning to School After a Head Injury
- HIGGINS - Helping People Living with TBI Make Positive Behavior Change
- LEWIS - Innovative Use of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Brain Trauma
- MAIOLINI - Therapeutic Approaches to Facilitating Communication with Brain Injury Patients in an Inpatient Setting
- ALLEVA/PETERS - Tips and Tricks to support communication in Aphasia.
- CAUGHLAN - Addressing Brain Injury Within Settings Serving Homeless Adults: Screenings, Interventions, and Outcomes
- LEWIS - Cannabidiol (CBD) and the Brain: Overview of The Maryland Medical Cannabis Program
- REBUCK/GLADMON - De-Escalation techniques
- MORGAN/MILLER - Experiencing Brain Injury From Both Sides of the Table
- GRUNWALD - Nonverbal Communication in Conversations: What Does It Mean?
- KUNGLE - Visual Consequences following a Concussion
- KERRIGAN/EHEMANN/KELLER - Dealing with Life, how to deal with substance abuse/misuse following a brain injury
- VAUDREUIL/BRONSON - Best Practices, Practical Techniques, and Trending Research in Music Therapy
- ELVILLE - The TBI Recovery Process -- A Legal Perspective
- MURRAY - There’s No Cure for Brain Injury: A Qualitative Exploration of the Contributing Factors of Compassion Fatigue
- PETERS - Traumatic Brain Injury and Use of Narcotic Pain Agents: Treatment Considerations in Post Acute Rehabilitation
- PICON - VA/DoD Guidelines for the Management of Post-Concussion Symptoms and Applications in the VA
- EDMONSTON/ANDERS - Balancing Act: Using Yoga to Enhance Balance, Breath and Brain Health
- CRUTCHFIELD - Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: Fact, Fiction, and Dispelling the Myth
- FOSTER - TBI Survivors- Thinking Deep Through Improved Sleep
- CHANPIMOL - The TBI Interdisciplinary Fitness and Social Engagement (InFuSE) Development and Initial Outcomes
- BUTLER/TERRACCIANO - Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in Children and Adolescents
- FICK/McDOWELL - Chaos or Preparedness - Sometimes A Choice
- HALLAHAN/SAVEOZ - It Takes a Village: End of Life Care Management with Long-Term TBI
- TRAUMA SURVIVOR NETWORK - Navigating TBI recovery: the patient survivor perspective
- DAVIS - TBI and Spasticity: The Latest in Tone Management
- KUMAR - Therapy, Vocational training and Socialization: The Impact of Real World Harness Systems to Promote Recovery
- KERRIGAN - Why does it matter what they are coded?
- WARD - Addressing the needs of Patients with a Brain Injury Through Music Therapy
- FRYE - From Patient to Parent: Parenting with a Disability
- WARSCHAWSKI-GONSHER - Maximizing Effectiveness Through the Continuum of Care: Neuro Case Study
- MCWHORTER - Mindfulness in the Context of Neurorehabilitation
- LAUTERBACH/LOEFFLER - TBI, CBT, DBT? What to do? Psychological and neuropsychiatric care of the patient with TBI.
- ROCKSMITH - Pseudobulbar Affect and Brain Injury
Radisson Hotel - North Baltimore
2004 Greenspring Dr,
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
Relaxed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers, as well as desks. Room service is available.
Parking is complimentary. There's also a polished restaurant/bar, a seasonal outdoor pool and a poolside bar, plus a 24/7 fitness center, 2 ballrooms and 17 meeting rooms.
Indoor and outdoor pool
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs) & CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE
We will be applying for the following CEUs for this conference:
♦ Commission for Case Managers
♦ Commission for Rehabilitation Counselors
♦ Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
♦ Maryland Board of Examiners for Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers, and Speech-Language
♦ Maryland Board of Occupational Therapy Practice
♦ Maryland Board of Professional Counselors
♦ American Therapeutic Recreation Association
♦ Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (MD WCC MCRSP)
♦ The Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners certifies that this program meets the criteria for Category I continuing education for social workers and associates licensed in Maryland.
♦ The Maryland Board of Psychologists has stated that CEUs provided through the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners will be accepted for those wishing psychology CEUs.