Milestones in Childhood Brain Injury… A Map to Recovery
June 12, 2018
Holiday Inn, Saratoga Springs, New York
About the 2018 Professional Symposium
The BIANYS Professional Symposium will return to beautiful Saratoga Springs. This year, the Professional Symposium will feature a new format and theme focusing on milestones in childhood brain injury.
Professionals and specialists in the fields of brain injury medicine and rehabilitation are invited to learn about advances in treatment, network with professionals and gain access to cutting-edge research and information. The new format will also provide an opportunity for parents, educators, athletic trainers and other professionals working with youth to gain knowledge about childhood brain injury and how to navigate healthcare systems during different stages in the individual recovery process.
This live program will feature four modules focusing on the following presentation topics:
- Youth Rehabilitation
- Transitioning to School
- Success in School
- Transitioning to Adult Services and Supports
- $125 In person – Professional Symposium Full Day (includes lunch)
- $100 Live Stream – Professional Symposium Full Day
- $25 Live Stream – Professional Symposium Module (price per module)
Exhibitor space and underwriting opportunities are available for the Professional Symposium and Annual Conference. Download the Underwriter Packet for more information or Register Now to be an exhibitor or underwriter!
Lodging Information: a block of rooms has been set aside at the Holiday Inn, 232 Broadway in Saratoga Springs, NY at a special rate for symposium and conference attendees. $149+ tax! Call 518-584-4550 or visit www.saratogahi.com to reserve today. Make sure to mention the Brain Injury Association Annual Conference. Use Code (IJ3).
New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association (BOC AP# P315) is
approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing
education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a
maximum of 6 Category A hours/CEUs.
This project was supported, in part, by grant number 90TBSG0009 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201.