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    Thursday, January 20, 2022

    The College Faculty Guide to Academic Supports for College Students with Serious Mental Health Conditions

    This video series is designed to provide information and strategies for college faculty members regarding how to support the academic participation and success of students who experience mental health conditions. Mental health conditions are commonly experienced by college students, yet myths and misconceptions about mental health conditions persist.

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    Thursday, January 20, 2022

    Using Social Media to Improve KT in Your Employment Research and Practice (2 sessions)

    This two-part participatory course is the first offering in the Knowledge Dissemination Track of the KT Academy and will help participants to utilize social media to disseminate information more effectively and enhance education and stakeholder engagement for NIDILRR grantees working to improve employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities.

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    Monday, December 13, 2021

    2021 Annual Report

    2021 Fiscal Year Annual Report to DMH

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    Friday, April 30, 2021

    Brain Injury Clubhouses

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reported that the number of people living with permanent disability from brain injury grows annually as medical technology has advanced in life saving techniques. However, community-based programs which enable brain injury survivors to live productive lives throughout the entire course of recovery have not grown proportionately to meet this the need. Brain Injury Clubhouses were developed to address the need for coordinated, long-term, community-based supports for brain survivors in a community-based setting. Brain Injury Clubhouses are designed to improve the lives of persons with ABI and reduce strain on caregivers and healthcare services

    The information in this research brief is designed to provide funders, administrators, policy makers, and other stakeholders with an overview of Brain Injury Clubhouses. The brief also provides outcomes associated with participation in a Brain Injury Clubhouse from a recent research study to provide stakeholders with a better understanding of Brain Injury Clubhouses.

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