Peer Support Best Practices for Working with Individuals Living with Traumatic Brain Injury – Session 2
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Join us and NASHIA for this exciting two-part series on peer support best practices for those working and living with people who have a TBI.
This is part of our ongoing Workshop Wednesday series.
When experiencing a life-changing event such as a brain injury, peer support can be a key factor in moving through the recovery process. Individuals who have successfully navigated a similar journey can have an incredible impact on others who are struggling. Peer support can expand successful outcomes into the community and help with emotional, social, academic, and vocational success.
These presentations on best practices approach for providing brain injury-informed peer support will provide attendees with the following:
Session 2: Wednesday, 3/01/2023 12:00 pm MST - 1:00 pm MST
• Strategies for integrating brain injury-informed practices into existing behavioral health peer support.
• Resources and tools
Judy Dettmer, Director of Strategic Partnerships, National Association of State Head Injury Administrators
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Anastasia Edmonston, MS, CRC, Trainer and Consultant, National Association of State Head Injury Administrators