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Our speaker, Dr. Karen Postal, will present at an IN-PERSON meeting, AND via a live webinar for virtual attendees. We will have a social half hour beginning at 6:30 p.m prior to the event. Location is still to be determined. 1.5 CE‘s available for this talk.
September 14, 7 to 8:30 p.m EST..As we approach 2050 and more than 50% of the American public are from traditionally minority cultural and linguistic groups, our field’s narrow focus on the neuropsychology of white, English-only speaking patients is both a social justice issue and a healthcare market share issue of staggering proportions. If we are to remain relevant as an evidence-based specialty, we need immediate, disruptive organizational level change. Using AACN’s Relevance 2050 initiative as an example, this workshop will identify racist organizational and advocacy structures that have become invisible and discuss pathways for change at the state, regional and national level. Let’s make some good and necessary trouble!
Trauma-Focused Assessment for Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. This will be a virtual seminar on October 5th 7-8:30 PM EST. 1.5 CE credits will be available to eligible registered participants who complete (and pass) a post-webinar quiz.
Stephanie Nelson, PhD, Skylight Neuropsychology, Seattle, will be presenting on
Writing Brief, User Friendly Neuropsychology Reports
This will be a virtual webinar.
1.5 Continuing Education credits will be available for this event for guests who register and complete (and pass) a post-webinar quiz.