National Experts coming to Denver to Build Bridges at the National Brain Injury Employment Conference

Traumatic Brain Injury The 4th annual National Brain Injury Employment Conference is a unique forum that brings together all the stakeholders in the brain injury and employment fields in the Denver area. Register today for an interactive and inspirational two days of learning and networking.

This conference is your opportunity to build bridges to organizations from around the country, hear nationally recognized speakers and explore regional and national resources. CRC and CEU credits will be offered.

National disability experts Dinah F. B. Cohen and Dr. Janet Niemeier are featured speakers. Cohen is the Director for the Department of Defense Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP).

Dr. Niemeier is the Director of Inpatient Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology at the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System and the author of several books focusing on brain injury, including Choosing, Finding and Keeping a Job after Brain Injury.

For current conference agenda click here: http://www.ctat-training.com/files/ctat/documents/Conference Agenda website version3.pdf

There are limited seats left so sign up today! For more information or to register click here: https://secure.ctat-training.com/National_BI_Employment_Conference

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact;

Rena Thompson, Event Coordinator

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