Two day event: April 19th 3-5 pm and April 20th Noon-7pm.
FREE admittance – open to the public.
At the Inland Northwest Brain Injury Symposium (aka TBI Panel Symposium), we facilitate real conversations, education, and advocacy for the betterment of our community and beyond. Our intention is to showcase both professional and brain injury survivors perspectives to create a holistic presentation and relative discourse of life after a brain injury. To that end, we welcome students, professionals, caregivers, and other relevant populations to join us in discussing several topics concerning brain injury and disability.
The 2018 Symposium will feature presentations and panels on Pediatric Brain Injury, EEG Biofeedback, TBI and employment, Veterans and TBI, Disability in Rural America, Cognitive-Communication Problems, TBI Rehabilitation, and several others. Our keynote address will be given by Dr. Craig Panos from Kootenai Health.
If you need accommodations call 509-359-6227 3 weeks prior to event.
More information at 855-473-3711 ext 105