The sponsors of the 13th Pacific Northwest Regional Brain Injury Conference 2015 sponsors asked me to remind everyone of the upcoming conference.

 

March 12Pre-ConferenceManaging Challenging Behaviors 

Conference March 13-14, 2015 From 8am to 5pm

 

Reception & Dinner

The Music Within Us

Friday, March 13, 5:30 to 10 pm

 

 

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel 8235 NE Airport Way Portland OR 97220For Special Room Rates& Assistance

503-335-2862

 

Questions?

 

Contact BIAOR

800-544-5243

biaor@biaoregon.org

 

13th Pacific Northwest Regional Brain Injury Conference 2015

 

Hosted by BIAOR , BIAWA & BIAIDwww.biaoregon.org/annualconference.htm

 

 

Registration is open for the 13th Annual Pacific Northwest Regional Conference 2015.  Hotel room rates expire March 6.  Register today 503-281-2500.  Professional members will be $575 for all three days, $175 for Thursday, March 12, only (8.5 CEUs), $425 for Friday and Saturday (17 CEUs).Who should attend?  Attorney’s – Win More Cases-Help More Clients

Medical Professionals – Increase your understanding and strengthen you skills dealing with individuals with brain injury

Case Managers – Learn about the newest and latest resources while increasing your understanding and strengthening you skills dealing with individuals with brain injury

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, Special Education Teachers, Youth Transition specialists– learn strategies in dealing with consumers and students that have varying degrees of difficulty, increasing positive outcomes

Adult Foster Home Providers, Caregivers, Family Members – learning strategies in dealing with difficult behaviors helping survivors reach the highest level of functioning possible

 

Pre-Conference 

 

Thinking Outside the Box:  Working with Clients and Individuals with Brain Injury and Other Neurological Changes will be devoted to effective ways caregivers and families can work with clients and individuals with brain injury and other neurological disorders and the best practices being used.  A round table question and answer session with the experts–bring your questions.  Intended audience are case managers, trauma nurses, foster care providers, nursing home staff, family caregivers and all other interested attendees.

 

Keynote Speakers will be:

Functional Neurological Management of Persistent Port-Concussion Syndrome – Dr. Glen Zielinski will give an overview of some of the underlying pathophysiology of PPCS will be presented, with emphasis on central vestibiopathies and impairment of visual-vestibular proprioceptive interaction, methodologies to evaluate and address this will be presented, along with case study results.

 

The Amen Clinic and Their Method – Kabran Chapek, ND will present on: – Brain SPECT Imaging: A powerful, Evidence Based Tool in Assessing TBI  – How SPECT imaging is transforming clinical practice – Cases of Hope and Healing in TBI – Natural and Effective approaches to Treating Traumatic Brain Injury – Dietary approaches to treating Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Brain Injury in the Young: What We Know Now – Fred Langer, JD RN will review of old myths we in the medical field had about brain injury in the young and comparing the state of art data to what we know now.

 

Do you see what I see?   Dr. Bruce Wojciechowski will focus on how life changing visual disruptions (the hidden disability) following TBIs can be addressed, evaluated, and treated.  The survivors, family members, and practitioners will be able to recognize and identify changes in visual behavior following minor to catastrophic TBIs and all points in between.  This talk will also cover the latest evaluations, treatments, and future treatments with the hopes of being able to strategize with successful traumatic brain injury individuals.

 

Native American Vocational Rehabilitation – Angie Butler

 

Mobility Options – Living after Brain and /or Spinal Cord Injuries – Ryan Green

 

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