LOS ANGELES-July 2021 (Neuropraxis) — Neuropraxis, an outcome-oriented home, and community brain injury program, is pleased to announce that its Founder and CEO, Christine Weaver, is invited to speak at 3 webinars during the month of July that are all open to the public to attend.
On July 1st Ms. Weaver will be presenting “Covid-19 and Brain Injury” at 12PM PST for the Case Managers Society of America – Southern CA. CMSA Southern California is a chapter of the Case Management Society of America, an international nonprofit association of professionals in case management. Certified Case Manager (CCM®) credential certificate training for Los Angeles and Orange County.
On July 21st, Ms. Weaver will be presenting “Self-Care practices for Caregivers” at 8AM PST for the TBI Center of Excellence. The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury is a United States Department of Defense organization that provides guidance across DoD programs related to psychological health and traumatic brain injury issues.
Register: Defense Health Agency
On July 28th, Ms. Weaver will be presenting “Brain Injury, Aging and Planning for the Future” for the Brain Injury Association of America. The webinar will focus on understanding the effects of aging and how caregivers can plan for those functional implications. BIAA is the nation’s oldest and largest brain injury advocacy organization, and has an over 40-year history as the leading expert in brain injury science, care, treatment, and advocacy. BIAA is regularly sought out for its approval and support on a variety of matters with local, national, and global impact.
Ms. Weaver has an extensive clinical background with a strong knowledge of best practices in neurological rehabilitation as well as executive management level experience. Registration is open for all to join the webinars.
Neuropraxis is bridging the gap in the continuum of brain injury rehabilitation by providing individualized outcome-oriented programs and evidence-based practices that are geared toward preventing long-term risks, such as re-hospitalization, further complications, and skill regression, that often occur after other extensive and costly brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation programs.