• Traumatic Brain Injury Updates and Resources

  • NEW: November 20202 TBI News Letter

    Posted by Bradley Hendershott on 11/5/2020

    CLICK HERE FOR THE NOVEMBER 2020 NEWSLETTER FROM CBIRT

    There a several great training opportunities!

    November 11th 8:00 to 9:15 AM, PST
    Working with Learners with TBI, Traumatic Brain Injury featuring Melissa McCart, DEd 

    November 13th at 8:30AM, PST to November 14th at 2:00PM
    Childhood Brain Injury: Moving Research into Practice 

    November 24th 1:00 to 2:00 PM, PST
    Working with Children Diagnosed with IDDs in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Service Provider Perspectives featuring Doug Gomez, PhD 

    December 7th 8:00 to 9:00 AM, PST
    Concussion Management in Schools featuring Susan Davies, Ed.D., NCSP

     

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  • SAVE THE DATE: April 23, 2020

    Posted by Bradley Hendershott on 3/4/2020

    Save the Date

    Save the date! For current and prospective TBI Team Members in our region, on Thursday April 23, 2020 we are hosting a daylong gathering to learn about TBI issues around eligibility and services - and to discuss specific student issues and needs.

    Dr. Melissa McCart from CBIRT will be joining us. 

    I'll set up an RSVP with more details to come.

    Brad

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  • CBIRT Newsletter March 2020

    Posted by Bradley Hendershott on 3/2/2020

    Hello everyone,

    Here are some new resources:

    March 2020 CBIRT Newsletter.

    TBI Academic Accomodations.

    Brain Injury as “Invisible” Disability Leads to Problematic Discourse by David Kracke, JD 

    Southcoast ESD and CBIRT are sponsoring a screening of Concussion with Will Smith on March 14.

    That's all for now!

    Brad

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  • The Role of the SLP in Multidisciplinary Concussion Management

    Posted by Bradley Hendershott on 2/11/2020

    Jim Wright CBIRT is hosting a webinar on March 17th, 3:00 - 4:00 PM featuring Jim Wright, M.A. CCC-SLP.

    Jim will focus on The Role of the SLP in Multidisciplinary Concussion Management. Below I have included background information on Jim as well as the flyer for the webinar. Please feel free to share this information with those who may be interested.

    Click here to register 

    Jim Wright is a doctoral student and clinical supervisor for speech pathology graduate student clinicians at the HEDCO clinic within the College of Education at the University of Oregon. Jim’s research interest is multidisciplinary concussion management.

    Click here for event flyer

     

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  • Brain Trust Conference in Bend - May 1 & 2, 2020

    Posted by Brad Hendershott on 2/6/2020

    Brain Trust 2020 CLICK HERE FOR THE FLYER

    About the conference: Every three years The Center Foundation, in collaboration with community partners, hosts an educational symposium dedicated to updating our collective knowledge regarding the recognition, diagnosis, management and prevention of concussions. The last concussion conference, held in April of 2017, included experts from the University of North Carolina and Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. This year's conference plans to build on that knowledge, as well as providing an opportunity for medical professionals from the Pacific Northwest to meet and collaborate on the best practices in concussion management. 

    Register Here

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  • Medical Imaging and Concussion CBIRT Webinar

    Posted by Bradley Hendershott on 1/14/2020

     

    Medical Imaging and Concussion

    CBIRT is hosting a TBI webinar on Thursday, February 13th from 9:30-10:30AM with Dr. Deborah Little titled Medical Imaging and Concussion. I have included a flyer for sharing, please forward this email to those who may be interested.

    To register for the webinar, please use the link here

    To view the flyer, click here.

    Deborah M. Little, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the director of research for the Trauma and Resilience Center. In general, her work is focused on elucidating neurobiological alterations in the central nervous system secondary to trauma (brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, toxic exposure), identifying  psychosocial outcomes following trauma and the development of early interventions to reduce chronic trauma burden. Current projects include those set out to characterize the mechanisms that underlie risk for neurodegenerative disease secondary to brain trauma; development of diagnostic tests using high field magnetic resonance imaging for those who have been exposed to toxins during military service; and development of early interventions for PTSD. 

    https://event.webinarjam.com/register/9v3xvbg 

     

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