Community Re-Integration Task Force
UPCOMING MEETINGS: JOIN US!
The Community Re-Integration Task Force invites your participation at an upcoming meeting.
FORMAT: Quarterly Conference Call Meeting
WHEN: On the 2nd Tuesday of October, March and August // 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET
Additionally, we meet in person during the ACRM Annual Conference each fall.
Please save the dates and plan to attend.
SAVE THE DATES:
- Tuesday, 12 October 2020
- Tuesday, 9 March 2021
- Tuesday, 10 August 2021
OR JOIN BY PHONE: United States: +1.786.535.3211
ACCESS CODE: 546-281-949
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- Connecting military, veteran and civilian researchers who study community reintegration
- Participation in community life: employment or other productive activity, such as volunteering, work, or school; independent living; and social relationships and activities.
- Members contribute to dissemination products, e.g., ACRM conference symposia, workshops, fact sheets, manuscripts.
- We welcome researchers from academia, private institutions, government (DOD, VA)
- Open-membership task force – We encourage members to invite colleagues’ participation.
Inbal Eshel, MA, CCC-SLP
Cognosante Contract Employee
Supporting the Defense Health Agency
Rocío S. Norman, PhD, CCC-SLP
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Speech-Language Pathology Program, School of Health Professions
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio
Christina (Tina) Dillahunt-Aspillaga, PhD, CRC
Associate Professor, Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program
University of South Florida
- Submit two to three symposia to 2021 ACRM conference and one to two posters
- Enhance collaboration and engagement among members
- Develop sub-groups by interest/identified gaps as possible
- Recruit new members using ACRM incentives
- Collaborate Across Communities (Communications, Chronic Pain, BI-ISIG)
- Recruited Dr. Rocio Norman as co-chair October 2019
- Submitted 8 posters, 2 educational sessions and one symposium to be presented at ACRM 2020 Annual Conference
- Enhanced collaboration and engagement among members with email communication during pandemic
- Archives Information/Education Page In Press: Treating Military Service Members and Veterans in the Private Sector: Information and Resources for Clinicians
Authors: Alison Cogan, Larry Cervelli, Tina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, Alicia Gill Rossiter
- Archives Supplement: Community Reintegration, Participation, and Employment Issues in Veterans and Service Members With Traumatic Brain Injury
Supplement Editors: Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, Gail Powell-Cope
Systematic review: Influence of the physical environment on community reintegration for veterans and service members using the ICF as a framework.