Developed by experienced clinicians and rehabilitation professionals, Brain Injury Fundamentals is an all-new training and certificate program is designed to address the unique needs and challenges of those who care for or encounter individuals with brain injury. This includes:
Non-licensed direct care staff persons
Family members and friends
And others in the community
The training course covers essential topics such as:
Guidelines for interacting and building rapport
Brain injury and behavior
Safe medication management
Families coping with brain injury
The course is grounded in adult learning principles, maximizing participant engagement and application through an interactive workbook. Using real-life scenarios to anchor the course concepts, participants learn about the challenges people face following brain injury and the types of support they need.
This essential program will help candidates understand different types of behavior, manage medication safely, and provide support to families and friends.
After completing this intensive training, candidates will receive a certificate that is valid for three years. To learn more about the application process visit: https://www.biausa.org/professionals/acbis/acbis-fundamentals/acbis-fundamentals Training
Training is required in order to receive the Brain Injury Fundamentals certificate. The training will take 8 hours and is provided by Clint Pearman, a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer and approved Brain Injury Fundamentals instructors.
The Brain Injury Fundamentals Application, and Test (including Practical Training Workbook): $125 plus shipping* Training fees for instructors vary, however, because this initial Southern Ca training session will be video recorded and all attended will need to agree to participate in the audience this initial training session be $10.00 to the first 20 participants and $25.00 for the next 20.
Future training session be be $250.00 for training, workbook, and testing. *Fundamentals Application fees are non-refundable. For more information and frequently asked questions, please click here.