On March 31, 2017, I gave a keynote presentation at the 11th Annual Northern Kentucky TBI Conference in Erlanger, Ky. My topic, Brain Injury Recovery is a Process, Not a Destination in which I spoke about the principle of neuroplasticity.
According to MedicineNet.com definition,“neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment.”
In the question and answer time following my presentation, a woman stood up and said she had never heard the topic of neuroplasticity discussed at a brain injury conference. A mom and dad also approached me and wanted to speak about how neuroplasticity could help their young son who sustained a brain injury. In addition, other individuals approached me to inquire about how neuroplasticity could help them.
As I thought about the interest shown about the principles of neuroplasticity, I decided to create a power point presentation on the topic. Over the past 3-4 days, I worked on putting together the power point presentation on Neuroplasticity and Opening the Door to Hope Power Point Presentation. Yesterday afternoon, April 17, 2017, I completed the project.
Neuroplasticity Power Point Presentation
To view the powerpoint presentation, click on the following link.
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