Allied Services Integrated Health System is a proud sponsor of the 11th Annual Northeastern U.S. Conference on disABILITY on Sept. 27th at the University of Scranton. Two doctors from Heinz Rehab Hospital in Wilkes-Barre have been tapped to speak at the 2012 Conference is entitled “Traumatic Brain Injury: A Meeting of the Minds. The Person. The Parents. The Professionals.”

Allied Services to Sponsor 11th Annual Conference on disABILITY at the University of Scranton

Allied Services Experts on Brain Injury to Address Conference
Michael Raymond, Ph.D., American Board of Professional Neuropsychology; Clinical/Forensic Neuropsychology Clinical Director, Brain Injury & Sports Concussion Program, Heinz Rehabilitation Hospital will address the conference on “ Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Sport Concussion Management.” John Kline, M.D., Medical Director of The Brain Injury Program at Heinz Rehab Hospital, will also address the conference based on his medical expertise in Brain Injury Rehab.

The Mission of the Conference
The University of Scranton believes that disability is part of the human experience and that assisting individuals and families living with disabilities to achieve optimal quality of life requires multidisciplinary interventions, education, research and leadership. The mission of the Conference on disABILITY is to positively influence the quality of life and wellness of individuals and families living with disabilities by promoting in its deliberations the foundational principles of individualization, self-determination, productivity, employment, independence and full participation in community life by creating an effective learning environment, collaborative and focused discussion and the identification and sharing of effective practices useful in the United States and around the world.

For More Information
For complete details on the conference, please view the conference brochure at The University of Scranton. For more information on Allied Services and Heinz Rehab’s Brain Injury program, click here.