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Considering Brain Injury: Why Being Brain Injury Informed is a Critical Component of Person-Centered Thinking, Planning, and Practice - Shared screen with speaker view
Bevin Croft
54:38
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Alixe Bonardi
56:33
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Catherine Graves, CRS
56:40
Ah... here we go!NARIC may have a resource of interest to you. The Life Skills Manual by Dr. Christina Helfrich. Learn more at https://naric.com/?q=en/content/order-life-skills-manual. Electronic delivery is free. There is a fee for print editions.
Bevin Croft
59:17
If you’d like to download a pdf version of the slides today, you can access them at https://www.hsri.org/files/uploads/publications/NCAPPS_BIPCPwebinar_FINAL_190812.pdf
James Schaeffer
01:00:00
is there a document that recommends some of those strategies?
Alixe Bonardi
01:03:48
Leslie, I agree - people with IDD have lots of risks for falls and other trauma that can lead to brain injury. And the effects can be underrecognized in the short term and in the longer term.
Teresa Burrell
01:09:35
Thank you for sharing your story with us Kelly.
Bevin Croft
01:21:56
Anne and Kelly, thank you for sharing your experiences with us!
Bevin Croft
01:22:35
All - please continue to type in questions for our presenters. We will get to as many as we can during Q&A toward the end of the presentation.
Dana Fink
01:22:43
Kelly and Anne - if you were seeking services from a brain injury org or state agency, what would you want the service provider to do/say first?
Jackie Hinckley
01:23:47
Great example of giving generic worksheets for language and memory treatment - and I say this as a speech-language pathologist
Brenda Cossé
01:29:12
All of this is quite insightful. Will stay for Q&A. Downloaded presentation. Thx
oscar Guerra
01:41:52
Chrysalis Center here!
Teresa Burrell
01:41:53
Such an inspirational story Anne! Thank You!
Catherine Graves, CRS
01:43:03
NARIC may have a resource of interest to you. The Life Skills Manual by Dr. Christina Helfrich. Learn more at https://naric.com/?q=en/content/order-life-skills-manual. Electronic delivery isVery good guide that helps with person-centered planning related to ADLs
Heather Hotchkiss
01:45:26
Great resource for school aged children and youth - https://cokidswithbraininjury.com/educators-and-professionals/brain-injury-matrix-guide/
Vanessa VanGilder
01:46:22
http://tbi.cedwvu.org/ This is the TBI Services program in WV. We also have a TBI waiver ith about 66 slots and 9 people on the managed enrollment list. The TBI program helps people navigate the health care system and also has grant funding available for assistive technology, medical and dental and many other things.
Heather Hotchkiss
01:46:34
Resource: Supports for School Success https://youthbraininjury.obaverse.net/
Lisa Morgan
01:47:17
The state of Tennessee has a great program set up with 8 wonderful Service Coordinator's who cover the whole state. It is a free service to help any survivor and their family with resources, education, support, advocacy, and essentially "filling in the blanks" as best as possible. They each offer support groups also. https://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/fhw/vipp/tbi.html
Dana Fink
01:50:31
Stasia is awesome but I would also love to see a sequel to this webinar entirely run by survivors!
Debra Thiesenhusen
01:50:37
What is out there for WI? I have a gentleman who is in his 30's who was in a huge MVA with being in coma for 6 months. He never was told TBI, but his mannerisms and issues he has echos what we have been talking about....
Heather Hotchkiss
01:52:01
National resources: NASHIA.org; https://www.biausa.org; https://usbia.org/
Dana Fink
01:52:44
This is written for youth but is a great guide for anyone curious about their rights and responsibilities disclosing disability in various settings including work
Dana Fink
01:52:51
http://www.ncwd-youth.info/publications/the-411-on-disability-disclosure-a-workbook-for-youth-with-disabilities/
Mary Stopher
01:52:57
This is very helpful to me as I work with seniors and some have TBI. Thanks for sharing your experiences!
Rick Amado
01:53:46
The practitioner literature makes a distinction between person centered planning (balancing "important to" and "important for" to achieve quality of life) and person centered treatment (highly individualized treatment plans to improve level of functioning created with substantial patient input). Will you explain how each of these disciplines is represented in your work?
Catherine Graves, CRS
01:54:11
NARIC may have a resource of interest to you. The Life Skills Manual by Dr. Christina Helfrich. Learn more at https://naric.com/?q=en/content/order-life-skills-manual. Electronic delivery is FREE, print copies are available for a feeVery good guide that helps with person-centered planning related to ADLs
Dana Fink
01:54:13
https://tbi.acl.gov/ to learn more about the ACL state programs
Samantha Bruno
01:54:38
Brain Injury Alliance of UT https://biau.org/
Shannon Young
01:54:40
https://www.braininjurymn.org/ This is a great resource in MN.
william nichol
01:55:01
The Learning Community for Person Centered Thinking: www.tlcpcp.com
Gabriela Lawrence-Soto
01:55:56
https://www.brainline.org/
Adam Sass
01:56:28
The tech issues were not disruptive thaks
Adam Sass
01:56:56
"thanks"
Bevin Croft
01:57:31
Thanks so much to our wonderful presenters, and for our webinar participants' thoughtful engagement!
Alexandra Devick
01:57:41
can we get the recording?
Rebeccah Wolfkiel
01:57:54
www.nashia.org
Gabriela Lawrence-Soto
01:58:08
great job!
Tiffany Wilkinson
01:58:17
Thank you for all the work and information provided today.
michael kravec
01:58:26
Was a very interesting webinar. Thanks all!
Bevin Croft
01:58:32
If you’d like to download a pdf version of the slides today, you can access them at https://www.hsri.org/files/uploads/publications/NCAPPS_BIPCPwebinar_FINAL_190812.pdf
candi noftz
01:58:44
very interesting topic
Jennifer Rayman
01:59:11
Thank you for the person experiences shared - very helpful.
Bob Sattler
01:59:21
Thank you for the information and sharing of your stories
David Wetherow
01:59:30
Wonderful contributions from all of the presenters! Grateful here.