Mind Works Workshop: Social Communication in Adolescents and Adults with Acquired Brain Injury


Social Communication in Adolescents and Adults with Acquired Brain Injury



Instructor:  Lyn S. Turkstra, Ph.D

Dates:         Thursday, May 30, 2019
Location: Kawartha Trades & Technology Centre (D-Wing), Fleming College (599 Brealey Dr., Peterborough)
Cost: $225+HST Early Bird Rate, $250+HST after May 1, 2019

Register:      www.mindworksgroup.ca

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/355797405031621/

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Recent years have seen a proliferation of evidence-based guidelines for cognitive rehabilitation after acquired brain injury (ABI), including rehabilitation for social communication problems. The challenge is translating these guidelines into everyday intervention.

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