Events and presentations

Event Who/Where When
Training program for clinicians and veterans with TBI to implement app usage Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital, Palo Alto, California February 2017–present
“Apps as Practical Solutions to Common Post-Brain Injury Cognitive Issues and Other Executive Function Challenges” Alaska Speech Language and Hearing Association, Anchorage, Alaska October 2017
“Using Apps to Help with Neurofibromatosis (NF)-related Learning Disabilities” NF Network Webinar October 2017
“Train the Trainer: A Training Model to Integrate App Usage into Everyday Life Post-TBI” Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Summit Webinar Conference September 2017
“PaceMyDay App Use As an Occupational Therapy Tool for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis” Dominican University Master’s Program Capstone Project, San Rafael, California September 2017
Training program for clinicians and clients to implement app usage Mt. Sinai Hospital RETURN! Brain Injury Day Treatment Program, Baltimore, Maryland August 2017 to Spring 2018
“Using Apps to Increase Independence after TBI” Presentation, Independent Living Center of Southern California August 2017
“BEST Apps and Training” Ability Tools Webinar July 2017
“Useful Apps for Successful Transition” Presentation for Wisconsin’s Assistive Technology Program (WisTECH), Wasaw, Wisconsin July 2017
“BEST Apps and Training” Menlo Park Rotary Club, Menlo Park, California June 2017
“BEST Apps and Training” Ability Tools Training, Los Angeles, California June 2017
“Using Technology to Help with Problem Solving after Brain Injury” Brain Injury Association of America Caregivers Webinar June 2017
“Apps as Practical Solutions to Common Cognitive Issues and Other Executive Function Challenges” American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners, Webinar June 2017
“BEST Apps and Training” United Veterans Council of Santa Clara County, San Jose, California June 2017
Apple Cognitive Accessibility Event Orange County, California May 2017
“Essential Steps in Using Apps for Everyday Cognitive Issues: Development, Training & Evaluation” (who, where) May 2017
“Suite Success: Apps for Increasing Self-Regulation and Productivity in Veterans after TBI” Invited demonstration pitch, Dept. of Veterans Affairs Brain Trust Innovation Event, Boston, Massachusetts March 2017
“Essential Steps in Using Apps for Everyday Cognitive Issues: Development, Training & Evaluation” Virtual training for professionals, Mt. Sinai Hospital RETURN! Brain Injury Day Treatment Program, Baltimore, Maryland March 2017
“PaceMyDay” High Tech Training Center Unit, California Community Colleges March 2017
Training program for veterans and their counselors to implement app usage Brandman University Veterans Connection Center, Irvine, California January 2017
“Apps as Practical Solutions to Common Cognitive Issues and Other Executive Function Challenges” Two-day training for Special Ed high school teachers and students, Bend, Oregon January 2017
“Apps as Practical Solutions to Common Cognitive Issues and Other Executive Function Challenges” One-day training for Brain Injury Professionals from across Oregon, Eugene, Oregon January 2017
“Creating and Training Apps for Management of Post-Injury Challenges” Brain Injury Association of California Annual Conference, Napa, California November 2016
“Demonstrating the Learning of the ReachMyGoal App in a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program: A Pilot Study” Poster Session, CA Psychological Association, San Francisco, California November 2016
“Use of Technology and Apps” Neuropsych Team, Outpatient Clinic and Community Living Center, Veterans Administration Hospital, Martinez, California November 2016
“Learning to Implement the ManageMyFatigue App in Brain Injury Rehabilitation” (Note: ManageMyFatigue was the former name for what is now PaceMyDay.) Poster Session, CA Psychological Association, San Francisco, California February 2016