LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – Neuropraxis, a home a community brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation program, has announced they will be hosting a webinar on “Long Haul COVID and Traumatic Brain Injury” on Wednesday, May 3, from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
This webinar has been submitted to the Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provide board-certified case managers with 1 contact hour. There is no cost to attend.
The purpose of this webinar is to help case managers understand the implications of long haul COVID, its link to brain damage and the risk factors for a traumatic brain injury so providers can help tailor improved treatments for patients suffering with chronic symptoms during long term recovery.
Upon completion of this webinar, case managers will be able to identify how coronavirus affects the brain; to be able to describe the neurological symptoms associated with long-haul COVID and how it affects patient’s function at home; and to be able to discuss long-haul COVID management at home.
The webinar will be led by Neuropraxis founder and CEO Christine Weaver, MAS, OTR/L, CLCP, CBIS, C/NDT. Weaver has dedicated over 30 years to working in the field of brain injury in various settings such as the trauma unit, intensive care unit, acute hospital, acute rehabilitation, post-acute residential rehabilitation, out-patient and in home and community settings.
Certificates will be given to attendees upon completion of the webinar and completion of a post webinar evaluation.
To register, click here, or visit www.neuropraxisrehab.com.