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By On February 9th, 2017

SPRING IS HERE…and so is the 2017 CONFERENCE SEASON!

It’s time for the 2017 Spring Conference Season and with it comes opportunities to learn about new research findings and new approaches to treating all aspects of brain injury.  Here are the conferences the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital will be exhibiting and presenting at: March 1 – 3, Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa’s…

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By On June 9th, 2016

NeuroNotes Celebrates 11 Years

NeuroNotes has been publishing since July 27, 2005. We didn’t realize that until recently with numerous comments on posts written many years ago still coming in and generating interest. Some comments we post directly on the related blog and others which relate to personal matters or questions we answer confidentially. Our original intent was to…

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By On February 25th, 2016

Melissa Felteau Shares Her Journey with NeuroNotes

When you first meet Melissa Felteau you will encounter a ball of positive energy packed into her diminutive frame. She wasn’t exuding positive energy when I first met her and her father at a brain injury conference almost 25 years ago in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. In fact, she was devastated by the aftermath of…

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By On February 6th, 2015

Spring 2015 with the Brookhaven and Neurologic Rehabilitation institute: On the Road Once Again

The start of the 2015 Conference Season will take staff members from Brookhaven Hospital and the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute throughout the United States and into Canada. On February 6 and 7 the Santa Clara Valley Brain Injury Conference has invited Rolf Gainer, PhD; Ron Broughton, LPC, CBIST and Matt Maxey, RN, BSN, CBIS to speak on topics…

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By On February 18th, 2014

Introduction to Jaisa Sulit

I recently had the opportunity to meet Jaisa Sulit at the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario (NRIO) in Etobicoke, Ontario. Jaisa is an Occupational Therapist who came to NRIO to talk to the staff about Mindfulness and its application to individuals with brain injury. As I am interested in the practice of Mindfulness and have…

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