Brain Injury Symposium

COVID 19 Update March 18, 2020

 After careful consideration, Alamo Head Injury Association has made the difficult decision to cancel the 19th Annual Brain Injury Symposium in its entirety.  We believe this decision is in the best interest of everyone given the rapidly evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.   Please know the decision to cancel was not made lightly but ultimately resulted out of an abundance of caution for our community.  AHIA understands and appreciates the hard work and investments made by attendees, sponsors, planning committees,  and speakers.  We work hard to provide a strong symposium, but will now switch our efforts to the administration of cancella tion.  You patience during this transitions is greatly appreciated.  Registrants should expect to receive full refunds through Eventbrite.
We regret this cancellation and sincerely apologize for any inconvenience it has caused you.  AHIA invites you to look ahead to the 20th Annual Brain Injury Symposium on March 31, 2021 held at the Whitley Theological Center.  We continue to remain committed to bringing a strong educational experience to the brain injury professional community in this area.  We look forward to seeing each of you next year.  

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Who should attend?

Case Managers
Licensed Professional  Counselors
Nurses
Occupational Therapists
Physical Therapists
Rehabilitation Counselors
Social Workers
Speech/Language Pathologists
Certified Brain Injury Specialists

How many hours CEU hours will be offered?

This activity has been planned so that continuing education credits can be offered to Texas nurses, case managers, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, certified rehabilitation counselors and community rehabilitation program providers.

 

Approved activity by the Florida Board of Nursing for six credit hours.

Approved activity by Texas Board of Professional Counselors for six credit hours.

Pending application to the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for six credit hours for PTS and PTAs.

Approved activity by Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners for six credit hours.

Approved activity by Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA) for six credit hours. TSHA approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.

Approve activity d by Commission on Rehabilitation Counselors Certification for six CE contact hours.

Occupational Therapy: This course may qualify for credits toward license renewal if it meets criteria to further professional practice in your area of practice. Florida Board of Occupational Therapy

 

Conference credit will be provided and managed by Scully Health Management, Inc., an approved provider of continuing education. This conference may qualify for continuing education if it meets your professional needs or furthers your professional practice. Contact hours will be calculated and distributed in accordance with certification rules and regulations of the professional boards.

How to obtain your Continuing Education Credits:

Professionals must sign in, attend the full training, and sign out at the end of the day. Evaluations must be submitted to receive continuing education credits. Participants will receive a certificate once these requirements are met.
Conference credit will be provided and managed by Scully Health Management, Inc., an approved provider of continuing education. This conference may qualify for continuing education if it meets your professional needs or furthers your professional practice. Contact hours will be calculated and distributed in accordance with certification rules and regulations of the professional boards.