Lunch & Learn Webinars

 Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa Archived Webinars

"Brain Injury Screening and Assessment"

Presented by June Klein-Bacon
    Program Manager at the Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa


May 17th, 2018
11:30a-12:30p

Speaker Bio:
June Klein-Bacon joined BIA-Iowa in October 2013 as a Neuro Resource Facilitator in our Waterloo office.  June provides Neuro Resource Facilitation to Northeast, North Central and Northwest Iowa to a 28 County region and also serves as Project Manager coordinating deliverables on BIA Iowa’s Administration for Community Living contract across the state of Iowa including projects for concussion management protocols, case consultation and technical assistance for programs serving individuals with multi-occurring conditions including brain injury, mental health conditions, substance use disorders and high risk populations involved with the criminal justice system. June is involved at multiple tables for systems and public policy advocacy including Iowa Consumer Olmstead Taskforce, Iowa Therapeutic Alternatives to Incarceration Coalition, Northeast Iowa Brain Injury Leadership Brain Injury Support Team, and County Social Services ISTART Advisory Board.  June graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Southwest Minnesota State University before moving back to the Cedar Valley.  She joined BIA-Iowa with experience in Mental Health, Intellectual and Brain Injury Home and Community Based Services, disability services staff development, options counseling and high-risk case management with the Department on Aging.

June enjoys spending time with her family (including the 4 legged kiddos), her role as a resource parent, a business owner in her community, scrapbooking and card making.  June is passionate about human and civil rights, family, and positivity.

Objectives:
  1. Review available screening for brain injury
  2. Review valid and reliable assessment for brain injury

 

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