BIAC 2024 Annual Professional Conference
March 15, 2024 at Quinnipiac University
We are in the process of planning for our 2024 Annual Professional Conference, tentatively scheduled for March 15, 2024. Stay tuned and check back soon for all the details! We look forward to another year of outstanding, informative, and top-notch professional education on current topics within brain injury practice and research.
We are currently accepting proposals from professionals for potential workshops, all of which will be 90 minutes long. Preference is given to evidence-based presentations that are interactive, include strategies to engage the audience, and leave participants with new skills and learning they can immediately utilize. Deadline for proposal submission 10/15/23 To View Call For Proposals information, click here: https://biact.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/2024-Annual-Conference-Call-for-Proposals-FINAL.pdf
Please complete the fillable CFP form by clicking on the button below, download, and attach to e mail for submission to Bonnie Meyers at email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who joined us live and virtually from March 17 – April 7th at our 2023 Conference!
Annual Conference 2023 Sessions Included:
Keynote Presentation: “Look Closer. My Brain Injury Is Invisible”
Stacia Bissell, M.Ed., Brain Injury Speaker, Educator, Coach
Domestic and Interpersonal Violence: What Brain Injury Professionals Should Know
Davine Lynnette Manson, Founder of Divine Restorations, Inc. | Sarah Raskin, PhD, ABPP/ABCN, Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Trinity College | Rachael Schippani, MA, Coordinator of Community Education and Volunteer Programs/The Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services
Is it time to switch our focus to quality of life instead of “recovery” for individuals living with supportive services in the community? A conversation.
Barbara Nadeau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Clinical Professor / Program Director for Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program / Quinnipiac University
Vision: A Crucial Piece for Management of Brain Injury/Concussion
Elizabeth Kloczko Wescott, OTD, OTR/L, SIGHT Multispecialty Center | Melissa Lambright, OD, FCOVD, Diplomate ABO, SIGHT Multispecialty Center | Kaelie Murray-Simmons, Vision Therapist, SIGHT Multispecialty Center | Lauren Jameson / Occupational Therapy Student, SIGHT Multispecialty Center
Cultural Humility and Brain Injury Outcomes
Anthony Lequerica Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Kessler Foundation
Managing Challenging Behaviors with a Brain Injury
Michelle Brisman Ph.D., Director of Clinical Services/Neuropsychologist, The Supported Living Group
Ambiguous Loss and Acquired Brain Injury
Peter Love, Ph.D., Peter Love Educational Consulting LLC
Brain Injury Resources: Helping Individuals and Families Navigate Their Way – New & Revised 2023 Edition
Victor Darr, Senior Brain Injury Specialist, Brain Injury Alliance of CT | Katia Reynolds, Brain Injury Specialist, Brain Injury Alliance of CT