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Webinar Series

As part of CBI’s ongoing commitment to continuing education, we’re excited to invite you to a webinar series created just for you!

You’re going to want to attend these seminars because you’ll learn from experts who will unravel current research, share best practices, actionable strategies, and real time examples so that you can keep up with current best practices that are focused on improving outcomes and expand your knowledge without leaving your desk.

Each broadcast includes time for live Q&A, too. Can't make one? We record every webinar so you can replay any presentation on-demand later.

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Webinars Replay

mental health claims disability webinar

Best Practices for Hospital Discharge and Attendant Care in Ontario

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 12:30 PM – 1:15 PM EDT

Guest: Colin Chan, M.Sc.(O.T.), OT Reg. (Ont.) Senior Occupational Therapist, CBI Health Group

Host: Derek Servos, Account Rep/AB Specialist CBI Health Group - Ontario

In this interactive interview with Colin Chan, you will learn:

  • The essential elements required for a strong and thorough hospital discharge plan
  • How coordinated hospital discharge planning can mitigate exposure and provide cost containment to your file
  • About how CBI’s streamlined solutions will help you to meet your client's attendant care needs post assessment

We look forward to having you join us!

Effective Clinical Approaches for the Slow to Resolve Concussion Cases

Panel Members:

Lindsay Benoit B.Sc.P.T, 
Physical Therapist
CBI Health Centre – Calgary, Chinook
“Specialists in Neurorehab”

'Karen Mizeri, M.C. R. Psych, 
Program Manager – Sponsored Services
CBI Health Centre – Calgary, Chinook
“Specialists in Neurorehab”

Join Karen, Lindsay as they explore the multi-factorial challenges of the “slow to resolve” concussion claims through a case study and interactive Q & A.

You'll learn:

  • The importance of a multi-disciplinary “team” approach when developing a rehab plan for “slow to resolve” concussion cases;
  • How to identify the “red-flags” that can lead to a slower recovery;
  • How to identify treatment models based on your subjective and objective evaluations;