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Speaker: Teresa Ashman, PhD, ABPP-RP

Dates and Times: July 10th from 10-11:30AM PT/11AM-12:30PM MT/12pm-1:30pm CT/1pm-2:30pm ET 

As the population ages, the incidence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among older adults is rising, presenting unique challenges and considerations for healthcare professionals. This presentation delves into the intersection of aging and TBI, whether aging with a TBI or sustaining a TBI in older age. The presentation will focus on the latest research on TBI in older adults, including risk factors, recovery trajectories, and long-term outcomes. The session will also highlight innovative approaches to prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation tailored to the aging population. Join us to enhance your understanding and improve care strategies for this vulnerable and growing demographic.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the consequences of aging with a TBI versus sustaining a TBI at an older age
  • Identify key risk factors and mechanisms of TBI in older adults
  • Evaluate the cognitive and physiological impact of TBI on older adults

 Please register here.




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