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IARP RDCM Section

The field of private rehabilitation provides exciting and challenging career opportunities.  IARP Rehabilitation and Disability Case Management (RDCM) Section members work with diverse populations of people with disabilities in business, industry, government, and agency settings.  The RDCM Section is an excellent resource for developing and revitalizing your professional career.

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  • IARP 2018 Annual Conference - RDCM Highlighted Session

    At the IARP 2018 Annual Conference, you will have the opportunity to see top-notch presenters provide in-depth educational experiences designed to give you what you need to be successful in this industry. 
    Here is a Conference Session Highlight:

    (401) Caregiver Burden and Traumatic Brain Injury 
    Dennis Zgaljardic, Ph.D.

    The following presentation will discuss the physical, cognitive, and behavioral sequelae of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and its impact on caregiver burden. The presentation will focus on empirically-validated research performed in this area as well as plans for future research initiatives looking at cognitive-behavioral interventions for family caregivers of persons who have acquired brain injuries who are returning to the community after residential rehabilitation.

    Learning Objectives:
    • To describe physical and behavioral needs of the traumatic brain injured patient post discharge from residential rehabilitation services.
    • To identify the impact of traumatic brain injury on family members, family life and family dynamics.
    • To discuss behavioral interventions to help alleviate psychological distress in family caregivers of individuals with traumatic brain injury.
    • To identify caregiver distress and burden.
    • To review the principles and values of the code of professional conduct for case managers.    
    Learn more about this and other great sessions at the IARP Annual Conference here.

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