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Behavioural Support Rounds – Behaviour After Brain Injury: What’s Function Got to Do With It?

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Cost: Free

PRESENTATION TITLE:
Behaviour After Brain Injury: What’s Function Got to Do With It?

PRESENTERS:
– Nathalie (pronunciation: Na-ta-lee) Brown is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board. She has been working the field of Acquired Brain Injury for many years, in addition to having worked in the fields of Autism, Developmental Disabilities and Dual Diagnosis.

– Michelle Hildebrandt works at West Park Healthcare Centre as a Behaviour Therapist and is a BCBA. Her past experience includes delivering Behaviour-analytic services to individuals with ASD, teaching ABA-related courses at the post-secondary level and a BA in Gerontology.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:
• Function of Behaviours
• Recognize how an Acquired Brain Injury may make it more difficult to get needs met
• Common strategies used in Rehabilitation that can assist in developing Replacement Behaviours

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
• Register in advance here. After registering, you will receive information about joining the webinar
• If you have any questions about these rounds or wish to be included on the distribution list, please contact Bianca Figueira at BFigueira@baycrest.org
• If you have Zoom Webinar questions, please contact Agnes Cheng Tsallis at achengtsallis@baycrest.org

HOW TO OBTAIN A CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE:
After having attended, complete the evaluation survey and enter an email address to request your certificate.
These sessions are open to all healthcare professionals and students to provide a learning forum to review leading practices in assessing and managing personal expressions, as demonstrated by individuals who live with dementia.
These Rounds are co-sponsored by the Behavioural Support for Seniors Program, and the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care at Baycrest

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