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Conference focuses on ‘Living With Acquired Brain Injury’

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ORONO, Maine — “Living with Acquired Brain Injury,” a free daylong conference with the latest information on research, innovation and services, will be held 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, March 28, at Wells Conference Center, University of Maine.
The conference is being offered through a community-university partnership between the Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and UMaine. Lunch and refreshments will be included.
Topics will include categories of acquired brain injuries, associated health conditions, environmental risks for traumatic brain injury in children and older adults, and new technology for detection and treatment. A conference brochure and more information about the presenters are online (mainecenteronaging.umaine.edu/events). CME and CEU credits are available.
For more information, or to request a disability accommodation, contact UMaine professor Marie Hayes 581-2039. To preregister, contact Lewis Lamont, Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council, llamont4@roadrunner.com.