ACL is motivated to foster the development of person-centered principles throughout its organizational mission and wants to ensure that lead state representatives and other professionals throughout the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) community have an opportunity to hear from ACL about their vision and begin identifying strategies for implementing person-centered principles in the development of state TBI infrastructure.
Attendees can expect an overview of what constitutes person-centered principles delivered by ACL’s Shawn Terrell. The audience will also hear from Stefani O’Dea and Anastasia Edmonston from the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration, Maryland’s lead TBI state agency. Stefani and Anastasia will offer some insight and guidance on how Maryland has promoted person-centered principles in its TBI infrastructure.
Join the webinar on Tuesday, December 12, at 1 pm ET. Register here for the webinar.