The Brain Injury Association of New York State has created many informative webinars that discuss issues related to brain injury. These are available to view on line in our archives. For a complete list of our webinars, click here.

Stay tuned to this page for announcements about future webinars!

  1. Small Voices… Children of Parents with Brain Injury, a webinar addressing the issues affecting children of parents with brain injury with Lois P. Tannenbaum, PsyD, CBIS, LEND Fellow. Below is video of the presentation.
  1. Overview of Benefits for Veterans with Brain Injury with Kimberly Strauchon Verner, Esq. Traumatic Brain Injury is the signature injury of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan and it has been estimated that over 60% of blast injuries of soldiers in the field resulted in TBI. This webinar will provide an overview of benefits that veterans who have sustained a brain injury and their families and caregivers can utilize. Kimberly Strauchon Verner, Esq. is an attorney with the Herzog Law Firm in Albany, New York, where she concentrates her practice in the areas of elder law, special needs planning, estate and tax planning, estate administration and real estate
  1. “Return to Learn: Supporting Students Returning to the Classroom Post-Concussion”
    The presenter, Dr. Brian Rieger, discussed the challenges faced by students returning to the classroom after mild traumatic brain injury, especially in cases of complicated or prolonged recovery.  He also provided attendees with various academic accommodations that can be implemented to assist these students.
  1. “It Takes a Village – R*E*A*P: The Community-Based Concussion Management Protocol.”In this webinar, participants learned the importance of the multi-disciplinary team approach to concussion management. The presenter, Karen McAvoy, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a School Psychologist in Colorado. Karen developed the multi-disciplinary team approach to community-based concussion management known as REAP (Reduce/Educate/Accommodate and Pace).