There is an increased awareness in health care professionals regarding the importance of learning about brain injuries and concussions. The Transitional Learning Center offers continuing education presentations by staff experts for no charge in order to educate professionals on important brain injury issues. The following presentations are currently available:
Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Evaluating the Options for Achieving Functional Outcomes Along the Continuum of Care
Neuropsychological Strategies in Post-Acute Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Caregiver Burden and Traumatic Brain Injury
Fatigue and Traumatic Brain Injury
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Silent Epidemic
Post-Acute Psychiatric Disease and Traumatic Brain Injury
To arrange a presentation, please contact Nicole McAllister at 1-800-852-4769 Ext. 459 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Moreover, there are a number of trustworthy organizations that provide free education online on these topics and which also grant professional continuing education credits. Below are links to the training offered by these organizations.
CDC: Online Concussion Training for Health Care Providers:
HomeBase (a joint project between the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital focused on treating military veterans):
Michigan Traumatic Brain Injury Online Training (co-sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan):
Remember – the better educated the health care professional, the better the treatment received by patients!
Learn about brain injury treatment services at the Transitional Learning Center! Visit us at: http://tlcrehab.org/
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