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Neuro Institute

The NeuroRestorative Rehabilitation Learning Institute offers monthly, one hour online CEU opportunities for brain injury rehabilitation professionals. On one of the last Fridays of every month from 12-1 p.m. EST, our highly qualified Neuro Institute faculty members will deliver engaging, innovative programs spanning a variety of topics related to rehabilitation services. The live presentations and recordings will be available to view for CE credit for Case Managers (CCMC), Social Workers (NASW), and Florida RN which provides National Nursing Continuing Education Courses Certification in every state with the exceptions of New Hampshire, Ohio, and Georgia. All other attendees will receive a general certificate of attendance. Please note it could take up 3-4 weeks to receive your certificate after submitting the completed questionnaire and evaluation. Opportunities are updated often, so make sure to check back for future presentation topics. If you have any questions about current or future events, please email

Upcoming Events

Friday, February 24

Topic: Evidence-based Practices for Co-occurring Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorders

Faculty: Carolyn Lemsky, Ph.D., Clinical Director, Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto

Learning Objectives:
  • List evidence-based practices that are most applicable to people living with co-occurring brain injury and problematic substance use

  • Describe the central clinical considerations when designing programs for people with co-occurring brain injury and problematic substance use

  • Identify freely available resources to assist in the development of cross-sector and inter-agency partnerships to provide integrated care for people living with co-occurring brain injury and substance use disorders


This talk is in Cooperation with the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire.
The Brain Injury Association of NH Substance Use Disorder, Brain Injury and Mental Health Interagency Task Force is pleased to partner with NeuroRestorative on this webinar and would like to acknowledge that a portion of this webinar was financed under a contract with the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services and/or such other funding sources as were available or required, e.g. the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

Friday, March 31

Topic: Autonomy and Limited Self-Awareness – Ethical Implications for Treatment Planning

Faculty: Stacy Henson, BSW, CCM, CBIS, Case Manager, NeuroRestorative

Learning Objectives:
  • Participants will understand the concept of autonomy in the context of interdisciplinary ethical
    practice and its application to clinical outcomes.
  • Participants will understand the impacts of limited self-awareness on treatment and outcomes.
  • Participants will explore ways in which to increase autonomy and self-determination with
    consideration to deficits in self-awareness in goal setting and treatment planning