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Upcoming TBI Awareness Series in March 2022


As the month of March approaches, OneOp (formerly the Military Families Learning Network) is preparing to highlight Brain Injury Awareness Month with a series of professional development webinars in partnership with the Defense Health Agency. The webinar series will provide a platform for educating military service providers on military-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and strategies to support families during reintegration. TBI is a significant health issue that affects service members and veterans during time of both peace and war.

Series Breakdown

Part I Brain Health: Understanding Military-Related TBIs begins on March 17, 2022. In this webinar we will examine the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Military Health System (MHS) TBI pathway of care, current Department of Defense understanding of concussion or symptom clusters and provide resources for managing a concussion. To register for the event, simply RSVP at Brain Health.

Part II Support for Reintegration After TBI: Strategies for Advocates, Care Coordinators, and Case Managers begins on March 30, 2022. People with TBI can lead meaningful lives with the aid of families and friends who play a critical role in supporting their health and well-being. In this session, we will examine the variety of educational information, resources, and strategies to help patients and their families learn about and cope with TBI. To register and join, RSVP at Support for Reintegration after TBI

Continuing Education

Both webinar sessions will provide continuing education (CE) credit and certificates of attendance. CE credit is available for social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, case managers, board certified patient advocates, certified family life educations, and nurses depending on state accrediting associations.


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