Beyond Concussion invites concussion specialist to present monthly talks.
Our passion is to empower concussion and brain injury survivors with vital resources to conquer the concussion journey and to connect them with others to create a community of shared experiences and support.
The Thursday Workshop meeting is a perfect first time visit to one of Beyond Concussion’s meetings and to meet Ariana, Miriam, and Peggy. Medical professionals are also welcome to attend.
Our workshop meeting is held always held on the second Thursday of the month, from 7 to 8pm, at San Diego Chiropractic Neurology in Sorrento Valley.
5230 Carroll Canyon Road, Ste #108
San Diego, CA 92121
Beyond Concussion Workshop Schedule
Thursday, February 13:
Dr. Teri Lawton: Neuroscience Behind Retraining Brain Pathways To Improve Attention, Memory, and Reading after a TBI
Dr. Teri Lawton is the Founder and Director of Research at Perception Dynamics Institute. Dr. Lawton has over 45 years experience conducting visual psychophysical experimental studies investigating both young children and older adults who have reading, attention, multitasking, and memory problems. PATHtoReading was developed to uncover how the dorsal pathway encodes direction-discrimination and spatial-localization. Dr. Lawton has conducted controlled-validation studies for over 30 years to determine the efficacy of PATH neurotraining for cognitive remediation.
When you suffer a concussion or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), it slows down your brain’s timing, causing multitasking, remembering and directing attention to be impaired. PATH to Insight (PATH) works with the brain’s neurons to reverse the damage caused from TBIs. (https://pathtoreading.com/)
Thursday, March 12:
Lael Lloyd, NTP: TBD
Cindy Pahr, M.Ed., CBIST (Brain Injury Coordinator/Educational Consultant): Navigating School Re-Entry & Beyond
Thursday, April 9:
Resolving interference fields in head trauma.
Following months will be updated soon! We look forward to a resource-filled year! Should you have any suggestions or questions, please let us know. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org