Recordings Now Available!
The Person-Centered Approaches conference was held November 12, 2021. The conference was offered free of charge courtesy of the conference sponsors, the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Aging and Long-Term Support Administration and the TBI Council of Washington.
Every brain injury is unique and requires an individualized approach. This conference provided the opportunity for participants to gain an understanding of person-centered approaches across multiple modalities.
Click on the title links to access the recordings.
November 12, 2021 -- Hosted by Maralise Hood Quan, EJD
10:05-10:30amIntroduction to Person-Centered Approaches
10:30-10:45amStories of Lived Experiences: TBI and Person-Centered Care
Kent Gross and Eric Washington
10:45-11:30amPerson-Centered - Across Faith, Spirituality, Hospice, Palliative Care, Hospitals, and Chaplaincy
Rabbi Rochelle Robins
11:30-12:00pmVeterans Perspective – Person-Centered Practices and Approaches
Tabitha Dominguez, United States Military Veteran
12:00-12:45pmA New Path to Brain Injury Care: Neuroplasticity in the Community
Mark Watson, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer – ABI Wellness – Vancouver, Canada
1:00-1:30pmIndividualized Goal Attainment in Adults with Brain Injury
Tim Feeney, PhD
1:30-2:15pmLived Experience Approach
Linda Ishem, PhD
2:15-2:50pmPanel Discussion: Person-Centered Approaches
Maralise Hood Quan, EJD – Moderator
Previous speakers, Robert McHaney and Amanda Kersey