CEU Presentations/Inservices

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Consistent with our mission of enriching the knowledge base in the field of brain injury rehabilitation, dynamic continuing education programs have been developed addressing various aspects of individuals with brain injury.

Below is a list of the current educational programs offered.  Please contact us to schedule a clinical inservice at your location. Check back regularly for program additions.

Courses are certified for credits for:  National RN/LPN (except Iowa), CRRN, CDMS, CCM, CRC; Adjusters FL, GA, NC, MI; OT, RT, SLP (Florida only).

 

To schedule an inservice, please click here to go to the Inservice request form.

 

Successful Rehabilitation of Individuals with Neurologic Injury

  • (2 credit hours) This course is provided in conjunction with a tour of our full continuum of care. The course assists with identifying types of injury, relevance of accreditations, the importance of interdisciplinary care, behavioral analysis, family training and education, and successful discharge planning.

Definition and Interpretation of the Neuropsychological Evaluation

  • (1 credit hour) The purpose of this course is to assist professionals in understanding the importance of and properly utilizing the results of neuropsychological evaluation for individuals with neurologic injury.

Behavioral Issues Following Brain Injury

  • (1 credit hour) This course will present ways to identify early signs and symptoms of neurobehavioral dysfunction in individuals who have sustained a brain injury as well as offer some possibly solutions and ways to pro-actively plan and contain costs on the claim.

Benefits of Early Intervention for Individuals with Severe Brain Injury

  • (1 credit hour) This course insight into the incidence and causes of brain injury; describes early intervention methods of treatment, benefits to the patient, and cost comparisons.  Coma / sensory stimulation and the development of an initial treatment plan for individuals diagnosed with TBI are also described.

TBI: Psychopharmacological Treatment

  • (1 credit hour) This course reviews how a physician may choose medication to target a behavior, speed of effectiveness and balance potential side effects.  Discusses how medication may influence mood, affect physical functioning and cognition in TBI patients.

 

To schedule an inservice, please click here to go to the Inservice request form.

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