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TENTH ANNUAL NKY TBI CONFERENCE - March 18, 2016
SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS 

Conference Objectives

1)  Evaluate and appreciate the evolution of treatment and rehabilitative activities for traumatic brain injury in the last decade as they relate to effectiveness and progress toward positive life experiences.  (Domain=Cognitive/Attitude; Level=Evaluation)


2)  Analyze the strategies for ongoing and longer term approaches for monitoring and improving the lives of traumatic brain injury survivors and their families.  (Domain=Cognitive; Level=Analysis)

3)  Explain and commit to meeting the needs of the recovering traumatic brain injury survivor with current medical practice and non-traditional, holistic therapies.  (Domain=Cognitive/Attitude; Level=Synthesis)

4)  Compare the variety of strategies contributing to functional improvement and critique their efficacy in management and recovery in traumatic brain injury. (Domain=Cognitive; Level=Evaluation)





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Program 
     
Speaker Biographies  

     Exhibitors and Sponsors
      BRIDGES Awards

Approved CEUs/CLE - FINAL

INSTRUCTIONS: 
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Supplemental material in purple. 


8:00-9:00    AM FEATURED SESSION
"The Aging Faces of Brain Injury"
    Debra Braunling-McMorrow, PhD, Learning Services
       and Belinda Cole, TBI Survivor
             The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation; Living with a Head Injury by Belinda Cole
     
11:30-12:30    LUNCHEON FEATURED SESSION
"Traumatic Brain Injury: Recovery and Complications"
     Ashok Poluri, MD, DABPMR, Medical Director-Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, HealthSouth of Northern Kentucky
        and Joshua Blackaby, TBI Survivor
              Click here for more about Joshua Blackaby's injury and rehabilitation 

12:30-1:15    POST LUNCH FEATURED SESSION
"The VA Team Approach to Addressing Military TBI"
    
Isaac Darko, MD, TBI/Polytrauma Rehab Program Medical Director, Rehabilitation Care, Cincinnati VA Medical Center; University of Cincinnati Affiliate:
     Physical Medicine and Rehab Associate Professor

2:30-3:30    PM FEATURED SESSION

"Damage Control in Traumatic Brain Injury"
    Norberto Andaluz, MD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Cincinnati; Director of Neurotrauma, University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute; 
    Neurosurgeon, Mayfield Clinic   


TRACK ONE - CLINICAL

9:15-10:00
"TBI and Suicide: What are the risks and how can we help?"
    Angela McKeone, MS, Provisionally Licensed Counselor
           YouTube Video: Window to an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Session (embedded in presentation)
             
YouTube Video: Woman with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Improves with Neurofeedback - Even Over 9 Years Later (embedded in presentation)
            

10:15-11:00
"Outpatient management of chronic severe TBI in children"
   
Nathan Evanson, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

1:30-2:15  
"So Your Client has a Brain Injury: What you need to know for effective legal representation"
    Alice G. Rini, JD, MS, RN, Independent Consultant; Faculty (ret.) Nursing, Law
 

TRACK TWO - CLINICAL   

9:15-10:00 

"TBI for Educators"
    Linda Alford, MEd, Regional Special Education Director
        and Cindy Waden, MEd, PL Coach Behavior, Differentiation and Co-Teaching

              TBI for Educators - Brain Basics Handout

10:15-11:00 
"Small, Novel and Aware: somatic learning in recovery"
    Cynthia Allen, GCFP, STMI, Feldenkrais Practitioner and Integral Human Gait co-creator

1:30-2:15  
"A Functional Neurology Approach to TBI: Using Real Time Treatment and Assessment"
    David Heuser, DC; DABCN
           Functional Neurology Outline

TRACK THREE - SURVIVOR/CAREGIVER

9:15-10:00 
Support Group Session for Survivors and Caregivers - "Chronic Sorrow"

   Amy Daniel, MSN, RN, CNOR - BRIDGES Support Group Facilitator / Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
         and Callie Daniel, TBI Survivor, and BRIDGES Member


10:15-11:00  
"Neurobehavioral based problems in TBI: clinical, behavioral and caregiver approaches to managing same"
    D. Bradley Burton, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist
         and Hannah M. Kersting, BA, Clinical Psychology Graduate Student

              Anosognosia and Agitation by George P. Prigatano

1:30-2:15 
"Functional Approaches to Managing Memory and Cognitive Deficits in Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury"
    Janice Osborne Dowdy, MS/CCC-SLP, CBIS, Lead Speech-Language Pathologist, NeuroRestorative Ashland     
         Developing Brain Injury Interventions on Both Ends of the Treatment Continuum
           Dependent Neural Plasticity: Implications for Rehabilitation after Brain Damage
           
Implicit Memory Influences on Metamemory During Verbal Learning After Traumatic Brain Injury

 



 
 
 
 

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