Another reminder that spring is right around the corner and so is the IARP New England 2015 spring conference. We are very excited about the location as well as the great speakers and topics that have been lined up for this conference.
Take a look at the great line-up of speakers that will be participating.
- Dr. Timothy Field; a renowned author, educator, and vocational expert in the field of rehabilitation counseling with a focus on private sector and forensic rehabilitation. Dr. Field will be addressing admissible testimony: methodology, case law, and Federal Rules.
- Attorney Frank V. Costello, Attorney Renee W. Dwyer, and Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant Erin S. Bailey CRC, ABVE will lead a discussion about qualifications of an vocational expert, employability evaluations, vocational evaluations, and preparation for direct and cross examination.
- Dr. Brian McGeeney, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Pain Management Group, Department of Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. McGeeney will be addressing current headache treatments and work implications.
- Elizabeth Connallon, Program Director at Brain Injury Association of RI. Ms. Connallon will be moderating a panel of TBI survivors addressing a variety of topics related to life after a brain injury.
So mark your calendars and plan to attend the IARP-New England Spring Conference at Renaissance Boston Patriot Place Hotel in Foxboro, MA (http://www.renaissancepatriotplace.com). That’s right, the home of the New England Patriots and New England Revolution!
When you are not networking with colleagues or listening to interesting presenters you can peruse the many shops and restaurants at Patriot Place (http://www.boston-discovery-guide.com/patriot-place.html).
In addition to the preapproved CRC, CCM, CDMS, CLCP continuing education units, we are also pursuing approval for ABVE continuing education