Wednesday, March 4, 8am-5pm, Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Rd.

TBI crosses all segments of society and all demographic groups with far-reaching, life-long implications and, therefore, is properly called a chronic disease. Optimal treatment takes a long-term view in order to prevent avoidable complications and promote a quality of life and healthfulness at every age.

This TBI Summit will offer the opportunity to hear from a multidisciplinary group of experts who provide both the science and practices that bring best-case solutions to advance therapeutic planning and service delivery across the age spectrum, such as specific considerations of age of onset, human growth, and development tasks that are affected by injury, financial planning needs, and routines of healthful living through the aging process.

Keynote speaker: Jerry Mysiw, M.D., the Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the Ernest W. Johnson Chair and Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at The Ohio State University.

Focus areas include:

• Neurological foundation of TBI as a chronic disease

• Therapeutic implications of age of onset

• Original research in neurobiology and neurotechnology

• Outcomes research and clinic application models

• Financial planning for long-term security

• Pillars of long-term wellness

Contact: Stephanie Ramsey, 614-336-0539 or


Sponsored by Brain Injury Association of Ohio.


Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 8:00am

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