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Upcoming Trainings

Senior Presentation #1
Battling the Risks of TBI in the Aging Population of West Virginia

This three-hour training includes an overview of how TBI affects the individuals age 60 and older, causes of traumatic brain injury in older adults and techniques to assist in traumatic brain injury recovery in older adults. Additionally, a discussion of prevention of traumatic brain injury in the senior population will be discussed.

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Children Presentation #1
Children & Concussion

This three-hour training covers how presentation of traumatic brain injury in children may differ from the adult population. A focus is on early interventions and how other diagnoses can present with similar symptoms resulting in the need for frequent TBI screemng.

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Senior Presentation #2
TBI & Dementia in Older Populations

TBI & Dementia in Older Populations looks at concussion, repeated concussion and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in older adults and the connection to dementia.

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Children Presentation #2
Understanding Difficult Behaviors Resulting from TBI in Children

This three-hour training focuses on identifying difficult behaviors in children survivors of TBI and techniques to respond to individuals behaviors.

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Veteran Presentation
Understanding TBI and the Whole Veteran

This six-hour training (one hour lunch and breaks included) contains comprehensive information regarding the veteran and the effects of TBI. The training will cover mechanisms ofTBI in veterans, differentiating TBI from PTSD, prevention of veteran suicide and more.

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If you would like to request a specialized training related to traumatic brain injury for your agency, please contact TBI Staff at tbi@hsc.wvu.edu.