STROKE ISIG Virtual Happy Hour
It’s new, it’s fun, it’s informative — Join us!
Virtual Happy Hours are webinars featuring expert speakers in all areas of stroke rehabilitation. This is an opportunity to learn from and interact with the best in our field!
Join ACRM STROKE ISIG members and colleagues on the third Thursday of each month from 5:00 – 6:00 PM ET.
UPCOMING VIRTUAL HAPPY HOUR
19 July at 5:00 PM EDT
Practical Treatment Approaches for Double Vision in Acquired Brain Injury: Emphasis on Cranial Nerves
With Guest Speaker, Amy Berryman, OTR, HSHSA
- Discuss common causes of double vision after acquired brain injury.
- Identify compensatory interventions available to alleviate double vision.
- Identify new ideas for remediation of double vision specific to cranial nerves.
ABOUT AMY BERRYMAN
Amy Berryman is the occupational therapy brain injury supervisor at Craig Hospital and is the chair of the Craig Hospital Brain Injury Summit. She has worked throughout the continuum of care in traumatic brain injury for over 18 years, including inpatient, outpatient, and transitional living settings. She has presented extensively on vision rehabilitation in traumatic brain injury and has published in the areas of vision, interdisciplinary team approaches to rehabilitation, and vocational rehabilitation. Additionally, she has advanced training in NDT techniques and other modalities to facilitate neuro-muscular recovery. Amy completed her occupational therapy degree in 2000 at the University of Oklahoma, and graduated with her master’s degree in health services administration from Regis University in 2007. She is an adjunct professor for the Creighton University occupational therapy program, facilitating the neurorehabilitation lab coursework for their Colorado cohort.
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