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Butch Alterman Memorial Webinar Series

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is pleased to offer the Butch Alterman Memorial Webinar Series,a series of free webinars that will be focused on and primarily for those who are living with brain injury. We are thankful to the Butch Alterman Memorial Fund which has supported us in the creation of this series.

What is the Butch Alterman Memorial Fund?

The Butch Alterman Memorial Fund was established by Maureen Alterman in memory of her husband and supports BIAA’s education efforts. Maureen established the fund to keep alive those things that meant the most to her husband, whose life centered around family, faith, serving his community via various charitable endeavors, educating his students, and serving his country through his military service in the United States Navy.  Butch was an elementary educator for 35 years; his classroom motto was "let me teach so I can quench your thirst for learning." He believed that education was the key to shaping his young students. The fund is the perfect way to educate those who have a thirst for knowledge about brain injury.

When is the next webinar?

Come back soon for information about Alterman Webinars happening in 2018.


FAQ’s about the Butch Alterman Memorial Webinar Series

Is there a cost for these webinars?
The webinars in this series are free of charge.

Who should listen to these webinars?
People with brain injury or those who wish to learn practical strategies to live life with a brain injury.

How long does each webinar last?

These are one hour, non CEU webinars.   

How many people can participate?

There is a 500 person limit for registrations on the webinar site.    


Recordings and Handouts of Previous Alterman Webinars:

September 2017: Carole Starr, MS Resilience and Moving Forward After Brain Injury
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March 2017: Rebuilding a Meaningful Life After Brain Injury - David Grant

 



October 2016: Tools and Strategies to Deal with Cognitive Function Loss After Brain Injury



February 2016: The Biology of Brain Injury Recovery



October 2015: Focusing on Discovery with Jeff Sebell


February 2015: Brain Injured Moments Presented by Dr. Maria Romanas


October 2014: Social Security Disability: The Application and Appeals Process

 

Handouts October 2014 Alterman Webinar

Handouts October 2014 Alterman Webinar Full Page


December 2013: Realistic Hope after Brain Injury. Presented by Mark Palmer

April 2014: Outsmarting Brain Injury and Getting Back to Work. Presented by Kathy Moeller

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