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Brain Injury 101
Presented by Victoria Clingan, MLIS, CBIST

Brain injuries can lead to complex issues for many people, and professionals assisting survivors need strategies to best assist those who need it. This program features a presentation on brain injury, including an overview of brain injury, effects of injury, and strategies for a person-centered approach to providing support services. Presented by Victoria Clingan of the Brain Injury Association of New York State, this course focuses on the needs of this population and is aimed at professionals serving individuals with brain injury.

Viewers will learn:
• How brain injury occurs
• Effects of brain injury and their impact on daily living
• Statistics on incidence, rates, and mechanism of injury
• Strategies for working with individuals with brain injury
• Resources for professionals and the people they serve

Webinar Instructions:

BIANYS professional development webinars are simple and efficient. You will receive useful information and acknowledgment for taking this course.

Some courses have more than one video. From the course curriculum, expand the first lesson and click on the link for the lesson. This will open a new section for that lesson. Once you finish the lesson, click on the “complete” button.

If you are filling out a form that corresponds to a video, click on the “submit” button once it is completed.

To complete the course, make sure you return to the main page for the course. Close out the lesson section, then click on  the “finish course” button. A certificate is automatically generated.


Vicki Clingan