Date: September 22, 2012 Objectives Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. •Demonstrate knowledge of outcome, performance, and behavior scales commonly used when caring for individuals with ABI. Location: Jewish Hospital •Explain the evidence behind pharmacologic treatment plans for brain injury. Rudd Heart & Lung Building Conference Center 201 Abraham Flexner Way Louisville, KY 40202 •Understand factors contributing to agitation and promote use of strategies to manage behavior and environment and to educate family/staff. •Identify the five levels of attention and select appropriate activities for each level of attention during treatment. •Identify the cognitive abilities associated with memory function, and understand the role they play in facilitating memory. •Discuss evidence-based evaluation and treatment methods appropriate for patients at different levels of memory abilities. •Describe how to use dynamic procedures to effectively assess the components of executive functioning and implement dynamic, patient centered intervention methods to facilitate the development of executive functioning. Registration Information: $150 registration fee. There is a $50 non-refundable administration fee. Register at: www.jhsmh.org/cognitiverehab For more information: Rebecca Richmond Phone: (502) 582-7673 Fax: (502) 582-7477 E-mail: [email protected] Register at: www.jhsmh.org/cognitiverehab •Identify some of the pertinent emotional adjustment issues noted in the post-acute phase of recovery and demonstrate knowledge of common psychotherapy interventions used to aid in the post-acute ABI emotional adjustment process. •Demonstrate knowledge of the current state and future direction of the cognitive rehab literature. 201 Abraham Flexner Way Louisville, KY 40202 •Outline the focus of psychological services in the acute phase and identify the factors affecting adjustment during the acute phase of recovery. Cognitive Rehabilitation on the Continuum of Recovery: The How To’s September 22, 2012 Course Overview This course is designed for an interdisciplinary audience addressing cognitive rehabilitation through the care continuum. Every profession working with the acquired brain injury (ABI) population participates regularly in cognitive rehab even if they are not directly providing therapy. The course instructors are Frazier Rehab Institute ABI team members who provide cognitive rehabilitation to ABI survivors and psychoemotional support to patients and their families. The following topics will be addressed by the course instructors: •Outcome, performance, and behavior scales used in ABI programs. •Neuropharmacologic treatment of cognition and behavior in brain injury. •The prevalence, role, and manifestations of agitation that characterize the acute phase of ABI recovery and the use of the Agitated Behavior Scale and appropriate coping strategies. •The evidence base and effective methods for intervention with the cognitive domains of attention, memory, and executive functions across the stages of recovery. •The rationale and methods for incorporating cognitive rehab into physical therapy interventions. •Facilitation of psychoemotional adjustment in the acute phase of brain injury recovery. •Common psychoemotional issues that complicate the rehab process, psychotherapy interventions used to address those issues and alleviate psychiatric symptoms, and how psychotherapy is adapted to address the unique needs of the cognitively impaired patient. •Future directions of cognitive rehab evidence and solutions to barriers to effective cognitive rehab. Timed Agenda 7:30 - Registration & Continental Breakfast 8:00 - Continuum Melissa Stover, OTR/L 8:45 - Neuropharmacology in Brain Injury Darryl Kaelin, MD 9:45 - Agitation and Agitated Behavior Scale Abbey Roach, Ph.D 10:15 - Break 10:30 - Attention Thea Sellers, M.S., CCC-SLP 11:15 - Memory Misty Agne, M.A., CCC-SLP 12-1 - Lunch (on your own) 1:00 - Executive Functions Leigh Ann Wiedmar, M.S., CCC-SLP 2:00 - Cognitive Physical Therapy Natalie Smith, PT, DPT 2:30 - Break 2:45 - Emotional Adjustment Inpatient Courtney Smith, Ph.D 3:30 - Emotional Adjustment Outpatient Brooke Shriner, Ph.D 4:15 - Research Implications and Close Kathy Panther, M.S., CCC-SLP Speaker Biographies Darryl Kaelin, M.D. Medical Director Frazier Rehab Institute Owsley B. Frazier Endowed Chair of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Associate Professor and Chief, Division of PM&R Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Louisville University of Notre Dame, B.A. Pre-professional studies and Psychology, 1987 University of Louisville School of Medicine, M.D., 1991 Melissa Stover, OTR/L Clinical Supervisor, Frazier NeuroRehab Program Saginaw Valley State University, B.S. in Occupational Therapy, 1999 Abbey R. Roach, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Frazier Rehab Institute University of Kentucky, B.A. in Psychology, 2003 University of Kentucky, M.S. in Clinical Psychology, 2006 Federal Medical Center, Behavioral Medicine Intern, 2010 University of Kentucky, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 2010 Thea Sellers, M.S., CCC-SLP Inpatient Speech-Language Pathologist, Frazier Rehab Institute Millikin University, B.A. in Theatre, 2002 University of Louisville, M.S. in Communicative Disorders, 2008 Brooke Shriner, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Frazier Rehab Institute University of Louisville, B.A. in Psychology, 2003 University of Louisville, M.A. in Clinical Psychology, 2005 University of California, Los Angeles Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, Clinical Internship University of Louisville, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 2009 Kathy Panther, M.S., CCC-SLP Director, Inpatient Therapies Brain Injury Program Stroke Rehab Program Frazier Rehab Institute University of Kentucky, B.A., Speech and Language Audiology, 1976 University of Louisville, M.S., Speech and Language Pathology, 1981 Physical Therapy This course has been approved by the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association for continued competency requirements, approval #CS9-2005-KPTA. 7.5 contact hours will be awarded. Occupational Therapy This course has been approved by the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy for continued competency requirements, approval #2011-177. 7.5 contact hours will be awarded Misty Agne, M.A., CCC-SLP Indiana University, M.A., in Speech and Hearing Sciences, 2005 Ohio University, Bachelor of Music, 2003 Leigh Ann Wiedmar, M.S., CCC-SLP Staff Speech-Language Pathologist, Frazier Rehab Institute Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky, B.S. in Communicative Disorders 1986 University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, M.S. in Communicative Disorders 1991 Natalie Smith, PT, DPT Physical Therapist, Frazier NeuroRehab Program University of Indianapolis, DPT, 2006 Courtney Smith, Ph.D. Courtney Smith, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Frazier Rehab Institute Baylor University, B.F.A. in Communications Design, 1987 University of Louisville, M.A. in Art Therapy, 1989 Concentration in Medical and Grief Counseling University of Louisville Medical School, Pediatric Internship and Post-Doctoral Fellowship, 1998-2000 The Wright Institute, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1999 This program is offered for .75 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level; Professional area). Case Manager This program has been pre-approved by The Commission for Case Manager Certification to provide continuing education credit. Eight contact hours will be awarded. Nursing This offering has been approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing for 8.7 contact hours, provider offering #4-009412-16-094. (Exp. date 12/01/2016). Kentucky Board of Nursing approval for an individual nursing program continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content. Psychology Frazier Rehab Institute is approved by the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology to offer continuing education credit. 7.5 contact hours will be awarded.
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