Schedule & Speakers
12-1 PM Daily March 13-17
Daily March 13-17 12-1 PM EST
Brain Awareness Week
Learn at home applied neuroplastic techniques from experts to help address emotional regulation, chronic pain, and more.
Lunch & Learn Bootcamp Series
Monday, March 13th, 12-1PM EST
Rene Mills, Collage Rehabilitation
Speech Language Pathologist, Denver, CO
Rene is a Speech Language Pathologist specializing in brain injury for over 30 years. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer and a member of the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, member of the North American Brain Injury Society, and member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. She was honored by the Texas Brain Injury Alliance with the 2017 award for dedication in service and advocacy to the brain injury community.
Tuesday, March 14th, 12-1PM EST
Dr. Jon Hatman, The Hartman Center
Functional Neurologist, Oradell, NJ
Dr. Hartman is a chiropractic physician with board certifications in neurology, rehabilitation, functional neurology, vestibular rehabilitation, and brain injury rehabilitation. He is an honors graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic with board certification through the American Chiropractic Neurology Board, American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board and the American College of Functional Neurology. His specialties are in degenerative and musculoskeletal conditions, brain injuries, such as concussion and traumatic/anoxic brain injury, and autonomic conditions, such as POTS and dysautonomia.
Wednesday, March 14th, 12-1PM EST
Tracy Milner, Highmark Tech
Speech Language Pathologist, Toronto, Canada
Tracy Milner Tracy Milner co-founded BrainFx, an occupational and physical therapy treatment center which is now part of Highmark Tech, a company blending interactive technology and therapy to provide leading-edge neurological care for people with a mission to make the invisible effects of mild to moderate brain disorders VISIBLE. BrainFx's platform of digital clinical assessments assist health care teams across the care continuum in setting baselines and measuring and monitoring the impact that the spectrum of brain disorders have on a person's ability to function in their everyday life.
Tracy completed her Master of Clinical Science degree in Occupational Therapy and Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology at The University of Western Ontario. She has led several multi-disciplinary health care teams over her career, including co-founding Complex Injury Rehab, which provides neurorehabilitation across Ontario.