This year the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah is celebrating the contributions of the brain injury community during their annual conference “What’s My Contribution?” on Friday, October 12, 2018, in Provo, Utah at the Utah Valley Convention Center.
With our morning keynote speaker being Candace Floyd, Ph.D. Associate Professor from the University of Utah Health and our afternoon keynote speaker being Amy Zellmer, TBI Survivor and Advocate from Faces of TBI. We will have a variety of professionals and speakers sharing on topics ranging from:
- Insights & Victories After an Injury
- Social Security/Disability
- Mental Health
- Resources in the Community
- TBI Research & Development
- Legislation & Advocacy
- Support for Caregivers
- Support for Individuals
- and More
Speakers include Elizabeth Wilde, Ph.D., Katherine Snedaker, Nathaniel Crippers from the Disability Law Center, Jon Pertab, Ph.D., Diane Spangler, Ph.D., Jamie Crane-Mauzy, along with individuals from the legal and service system, a team of doctors sharing effective strategies on return to learn and a young adult panel.
The goal of this conference is to provide a new level of support for our community. We want to help each person in attendance recognize the unique ways they contribute and are an essential part of our community.
We will also be offering CEU credits for a variety of professionals including the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Case Managers, Educators, Nurses, Psychology, Social Work and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.
To register, please visit www.biau.org/events.
Early bird registration ends on September 28, 2018. Lunch is included in your registration.
If you are interested in a scholarship, please complete our online application. The request deadline is September 21, 2018.
We are also looking for nominations from the community for our awards. To submit someone to receive an award, please complete this form here >
For any questions please contact us here >