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Exploring health care changes and their impact upon the brain injury community

Rarely does a day pass without some discussion about access to health care and health care reform. Whether it is Medicaid redesign, the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. Supreme Court decision, managed care, Medicare, Home health or health insuranceconfusion abounds. The questions and concerns are even more immediate for the brain injury community.

On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 8:30 am to 1:00 PM the Brain Injury Association of New York State will present a program, "Brain Injury in the Community--Access to Services:The Changing Landscape" at the offices of OPWDD, First Floor Auditorim, 75 Morton Street, Manhattan, New York. I am pleased to be a panelist on this program discussing the future outlook for persons with a brain injury and their family members.

This program provides an opportunity for individuals with brain injury, family members, providers, and professionals to come together to learn about the health care changes on the horizon. This conference will address the impact these changes may have, and the challenges faced by the community moving forward.

Invited speakers are:

> Mark Kissinger
    Director, Division of Long Term Care, NYS Dept. of Health

> Mary S. Reitter, CAE
   
Executive Vice President & COO, Brain Injury Association of America

> Joseph Vollaro, PhD
   
President, RES Company, and Professor of Psychology, Suffolk County Com­munity College

> Michael V. Kaplen, Esq.
   
Partner, DeCaro & Kaplen LLP, and Chair, New York State Traumatic Brain Injury Coordinating Council

> Marie Cavallo. PhD
   
Associate Director, Adult Day Services, AHRC-NYC, and President, Brain In­jury Association of New York State

> Judith I. Avner, Esq.
   
Executive Director, Brain Injury Association of New York State

 > Helen Bibawy, CBIS
    
FACTS Coordinator, Brain Injury Association of New York State

To register on line, go to the brain injury association of new york state website. 

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