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"She’s come really far … but she has a long journey ahead of her, but we’ll take that together, too."

In 2010, Kristin Olliney and her daughter Isabella's lives were changed forever when Isabella came down with sudden acute encephalitis, which caused brain damage. Despite the number of challenges they face every day, Isabella and her mother face them head on and work on her rehabilitation every day.

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33rd Annual Brain Injury Conference

Registration for this event is online only. Space is limited.

To download the brochure, click the image below:

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To sponsor or exhibit at the conference please visit:

33rd Annual Brain Injury Exhibitor Registration

Thursday, March 27th 2014

Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel
181 Boston Post Road West
Marlborough, MA 0175

To SPONSOR or EXHIBIT
For questions, contact Laura MacFeeley, Coordinator of Education Programs, at lmacfeeley@biama.org or 508-475-0032, ext. 30.

Advertising
Sponsors and Exhibitors are entitled to full-color ads in our Conference Program. Ads must be high resolution, JPG or PDF, and submitted by February 21, 2014 to be included in the program. Size requirement details are on our website. Please send ads to Laura MacFeeley, Coordinator of Education Programs, at lmacfeeley@biama.org.

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Conference Handouts

Keynote Speaker - Joseph T. Giacino, Ph.D.
A. Exercise Program
B. Building Community
D. Home Visit Safety
E. Music Therapy 1, Music Therapy 2(2 handouts)
F. Sleep Disorders
G. Cognitive & Communication Strategies
H. Community Living-ABI/MFP/Frail Elder Waivers
L. Analysis of Functional Deficits
M .Dysphagia Management
N. Live, Love, and Celebrate Marriage
Q. Adult Foster Care 1, Adult Foster Care 2, Adult Foster Care 3 (3 handouts)
R. Task Specific Training
S. Advocacy 1, Advocacy 2 (2 handouts)
V. Mindfulness Based Stressed Reduction

Evaluations

To obtain Continuing Education Credit for BIA-MA’s 33rd Annual Brain Injury Conference on Thursday, March 27, 2014, please click the following link that will take you to the evaluation process.  There are two separate certificates:

  1. The ACCREDITED certificate is for professionals who need CEU hours (nurses, social workers, OT/PT, Psychologists, etc.).  In order to complete the evaluations, professionals must supply the CODE that will be given during the conference, at the end of the Session 3 workshops.   
  2. The NON-ACCREDITED certificate is for individuals who do not need Continuing Education, but would like a certificate of attendance for participation in the conference.

http://data.express-evaluations.com/eval/38090/web/main.php - THIS LINK WILL NOT BE ACTIVE UNTIL 3/27/14

For assistance, contact Laura MacFeeley, Coordinator of Education Programs at 508-475-0032, or lmacfeeley@biama.org.

Thank you very much – we hope you enjoy this year’s Annual Conference!

For more information about BIA-MA's Conferences, please email education@biama.org or call the office at (508) 475-0032.

2014 Corporate Sponsors:
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Ivy Street School

NeuroRestorative

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