CoBI Clinical Forum offers presentations throughout the year on various topics related to brain injuries from professionals working in the field of brain injury or a related field. These forums give great insight and detail into specific topics, all while offering continuing education credits for most events!
CoBI Clinical Forum Series presents:
Telehealth & Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
3:30 pm– 5:00 pm
This lecture will present a review of the literature and specific case examples regarding delivering services to individuals with brain injury via telehealth. The results of a nationwide telehealth survey, developed by staff from the Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS) and the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA), for post-acute brain injury rehabilitation providers, will be presented. Live question and answer session to follow the presentation.
A presentation and discussion with:
Ann Marie McLaughlin, Ph.D.
Dr. McLaughlin is the Clinical Director of ReMed/ Learning Services’ Community Outpatient Services (Philadelphia) and NJ State Director. She is a clinical neuropsychologist and has published and presented on topics including concussion, caregiver burden, and community integration. She is also the President of the Brain Injury Association of PA.
Gary S. Seale, Ph.D.
Dr. Seale is the Regional Director of Clinical Services for the Centre for Neuro Skills. He is both a Chemical Dependency Counselor and Psychological Associate with Independent Practice. Dr. Seale has worked exclusively in post-acute brain injury rehabilitation for over 30 years and has research interests in rehabilitation outcomes, the relationship between positive emotion and recovery of functional status following stroke, and emergency preparedness for disabled populations.
This session is intended for a professional audience and is free.
Live question and answer will follow the presentation.
Questions can be directed to MJ Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org