2020 Washington State Traumatic Brain Injury Conference

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Apr 15, 2020 – Apr 16, 2020 Save to your calendar (.ics file)

Hotel Murano
1320 Broadway
Tacoma, WA 98402

Expanding the Circle of Care, Support for Caregivers, Survivors, & Service Providers. #

Brain injury conference

The TBI confer­ence provides a unique venue for the exchange of ideas and infor­ma­tion across public and private sectors. This event repre­sents an oppor­tu­nity for individ­uals living with TBI, family caregivers, and profes­sionals from across the state to gather in one spot for mutual learning across disci­plines, perspec­tives, and experi­ences. We hope you’ll be a part of this exchange.

Sean Dwyer
Teacher, Author, Survivor

Dr. Nancy Torgerson, O.D.
Vision Therapy Practi­tioner

Dr. Jeff Skolnick, M.D., Ph.D.
Behav­ioral Health and Brain Researcher

Workshop topics include:
• TBI 101: Under­standing Traumatic Brain Injury
• Viewing of the PBS TBI Documen­tary Going The Distance”
• Taking Care of Yourself: Using Respite Care and Other Options
• Curriculum modules in:
-TBI Manage­ment,
-Challenging Behav­iors
• Social Devel­op­ment After a TBI
• Fostering Indepen­dence
• Hands-on Assis­tive Technology
• Caregiver Support Group


DSHS and WA State TBI Strategic Partner­ship Advisory Council

Confer­ence partners include:
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington, Brain Energy Support Team, and Depart­ment of Veterans Affairs

Confer­ence regis­tra­tion fee is $175

Confer­ence costs include:
April 16 break­fast and lunch
TBI Resource Fair

A limited number of schol­ar­ships will be avail­able for individ­uals with TBI and/​or unpaid caregivers of individ­uals with TBI.


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Hotel Murano
1320 Broadway
Tacoma, WA 98402