Recorded Webinars


Access recorded versions of BIAC’s webinars featuring experts in the field of brain injury.  The following recorded webinars are available for purchase to view on your own time. Upon purchasing a recorded webinars, you will receive an email with further instructions, including links to download the recorded webinars. A Certificate of Attendance for 1.5 CEUs will be available for ACBIS renewal (for those that are Certified Brain Injury Specialists - CBIS).

The cost of each recorded webinar is $35 for members/$50 for non-members. If you would like to become a member (or renew your annual membership) to take advantage of discounted pricing, please select that option after choosing your session(s). If you are unclear about your membership status, please call our office at 860-219-0291 or email Sarah Moore at

  • Aging with Brain InjuryTina Trudel, PhD, CBIST, ABDA, Founder and Co-Principal at Northeast Evaluation Specialists - This workshop will discuss the aging process and issues that arise, when one is living with an acquired brain injury.
  • Covid Related Brain Injury? From the ICU to RehabilitationTimothy Belliveau, PhD, ABPP, Director of Post-Doctoral Training & Research & Alaina Breitberg Hammond, PsyD, Rehabilitation Psychologist at Hospital for Special Care - The presentation will also address the question of brain injury due to COVID-19 infection by distinguishing specific factors from nonspecific factors, along with a discussion of the scientific literature on cognitive deficits associated with Post Intensive Care Unit Syndrome.
  • Mindfulness-Based Approaches to Traumatic Brain Injury RehabilitationTracey Meyers (Sondik), PsyD, Psychologist at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers - This workshop will review current research findings, describe specific mindfulness-practices that can be effective for individuals with TBI, and will demonstrate and practice mindfulness-based strategies with participants that can be used during everyday life.
  • Managing Dysphagia in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury, Beth Bouchard, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center/Trinity Health of New England - This workshop will provide an overview of assessment and treatment specific to managing dysphagia in those with brain injury.
  • Brain Injury Resources: Helping Individuals and Families Navigate Their Way, René Carfi, LMSW, CBIST, Senior Brain Injury Specialist ; Cassandra Riley,
    MS, CBIS, Manager of Brain Injury Navigation Services; and Devon Julien, Brain Injury Specialist at Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut - This workshop will provide an overview of various resources that individuals, families and professionals can explore.
  • Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) for Individuals with Brain Injury, Tim Feeney, Phd, Chief Knowledge Officer, Belvedere Health Services and The Mill School - This presentation will provide a review of a context sensitive framework for developing positive supports for individuals struggling with life after brain injury.
  • Lifespan Traumatic Brain Injury Practice From a Cultural Humility and Social Justice Framework, David Lechuga, PhD, ABPP, Director of the Neurobehavioral Clinic & Counseling Center & Christine Salinas, PsyD, Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Neuropsychologist at Boston Children’s Hospital Epilepsy Division - This workshop will provide an overview of existing healthcare disparities for diverse populations, along with tools and strategies for creating a more equitable environment that serves people with brain injury.
  • Use of Telehealth in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury, Naheed Asad-Van de Walle, MD, Attending Physiatrist of Record TBI Unit, Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital/Trinity Health of New England - This presentation will discuss uses of telehealth for screening, evaluation and
    treatment focusing on special needs of patients with TBI. 
  • Management of Fatigue and Lethargy in the TBI Patient across the Continuum of Care, Kwame Asante, MD, Attending Physician, Trinity Health of New England - This workshop is intended to address best practices for the management of lethargy and fatigue from acute care (ICU) to inpatient rehabilitation and the outpatient setting. 
  •  Cultural Humility in the Rehabilitation Setting, Fatima Watt, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist, Franciscan Children’s - This workshop will provide an overview of cultural humility, particularly as it relates to the rehabilitation setting. Definitions will be provided to ensure understanding beyond cultural competence. 
  • Psychopharmacology Following Brain Injury, Mel Glenn, MD, Chief, Brain Injury Division, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital - This workshop will discuss the role of psychopharmacology in the treatment of individuals with an acquired brain injury. 
  • Under-identification of Brain Injury in Students, Drew Nagele, PsyD, FACRM, Co-Chair, NCCBI Advocacy WorkGroup, National Collaborative on Children’s Brain Injury - This workshop will examine the discrepancy between the number of students expected to experience disability using hospitalization data for moderate-severe TBI and the number of students who receive special education services under the TBI eligibility category. 
  • Concussion & Biomarkers, Stephanie Alessi-LaRosa, MD, MPH, Associate Director of Sports Neurology Program, Hartford Hospital - This workshop will discuss concussions and the latest information on biomarkers.  

Questions? Contact Bonnie Meyers at or 860-219-0291 x304.