Thursday, May 7, 2020
Coronavirus & Brain Injury
Learn and ask questions about how the coronavirus pandemic impacts brain injury survivorship in an open forum with Dr. Sheital Bavishi, Medical Director of Ohio State's TBI Rehab. Plus, get to know the NeuroNights platform using GooseChase for at home.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Social distancing and troubling news can be stressful for anyone. Drs. Anthea Gray, Ruchika Prakash, and Kathy Wright will show you how daily schedules, sleep routines, and mindfulness practices can help you to reduce stress and mood challenges.
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Staying active at home is great for physical and mental wellness. Physical therapist Alicia Kempton and nurse practitioner Susan Bowman Burpee will lead an interactive chair yoga session, plus tips and resources for safe exercising at home.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Learn how to plan for disability expenses, how to understand new policies, and more with financial planner Logan Phillips. This session is especially great for caregivers, with breakout sessions for occupational therapy skills for managing money.
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Music is a fantastic way to reduce stress, improve mood, and connect with others. Dr. Eugenia Costa-Giomi will explain how music helps you to stay well, and will lead a therapeutic drumming session using items you have at home.
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Knowledge is power! Learn how your brain responds to injury, how and why brain injury survivors develop persistent symptoms, and how we can evaluate and intervene using technology. Neurologist Andrew Sas, MD, and rehab scientist Jaclyn Caccese, PhD, will give you a good foundation on the clinical side of brain injury.