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Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists
The Brain Injury Association of America's Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) is the nation's premiere brain injury certification program.
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Align yourself with the top professionals in brain injury. Become a Certified Brain Injury Specialist today.
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More than 14,000 professionals have earned their certification since 1996
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Acquiring the CBIS is the next step in ensuring you remain a valuable, marketable, and well-informed asset in the field of brain injury services.
Announcing an all-new ACBIS training and certificate program for direct care staff and individual caregivers.
Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainers (CBISTs) are approved to provide official ACBIS training to CBIS candidates. CBISTs demonstrate advanced skills in the field of brain injury and maintain their skills through continuing education.
In order to maintain certification, certificants are required to pay annual renewal fees and satisfy continuing education requirements or retake and pass the examination.
An opportunity for students enrolled in an accredited University program to join the expanding group of professionals seeking to offer optimal care for individuals with a brain injury.
The ACBIS Alliance provides public recognition to a brain injury services provider or designated facility that has achieved the benchmark of having 20% of its staff who are eligible for national certification certified as CBIS or CBIST.
The Brain Injury Association of America welcomes providers to use a collection of exclusive collateral to market their involvement in ACBIS to employees, patients, and their families.
Responsible for arranging training programs, recruiting attendees, tracking and coordinating application process and fee payment, coordinating proctors for examinations, and acting as the conduit between group members and staff.