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FREE SPORTS MEDICINE SEMINAR “HEAD & NECK INJURIES DURING CONTACT SPORTS” TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2007
“THUNDER IN THE HOUSE” MOTORCYCLE EVENT AND FUNDRAISER SET FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2007 AT CASA COLINA
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CASA COLINA’S LAND MEETS SEA SPORTS CAMPS IN LONG BEACH AUGUST 7-10, 2007
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM ADULT DAY CARE COMPONENT
“WALK & ROLL FOR CASA’S KIDS” TO BE HELD SATURDAY, JULY 21, 2007 AT CASA COLINA IN POMONA
SECOND NIGHT ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND “WHAT IS FIBROMYALGIA AND HOW DO I LIVE WITH IT?” TUESDAY, JUNE 26 FROM 6:00 TO 7:30 PM
FREE COMMUNITY SEMINAR “INNOVATIONS IN STROKE REHABILITATION” THURSDAY, JULY 12 FROM 6:30 TO 8:00 PM
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BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY AT CASA COLINA HELPS STROKE PATIENTS WALK AGAIN
“LEARNING ABOUT OSTEOPOROSIS” COMMUNITY SEMINAR ON MONDAY, MAY 7 FROM 6:30 TO 8 PM
"LIVING WITH FIBROMYALGIA" FILM AND QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION TUESDAY, MAY 1 FROM 6:30 TO 8PM AT CASA COLINA
FREE HEARING SCREENINGS & HEARING AID EVALUATIONS OFFERED AT CASA COLINA HOSPITAL’S AUDIOLOGY CENTER
FREE SPORTS INJURY SCREENINGS EVERY SUNDAY FROM 9AM TO NOON AT CASA COLINA’S SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER
“PRINCE & PRINCESS PAGEANT OF HOPE” TO BE HOSTED BY CASA COLINA CENTERS FOR REHABILITATION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 20
CASA COLINA’S SHASHANK ARYA, M.D. NAMED 2006 PHYSICIAN OF THE YEAR HONOREE BY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE
SPORTS INJURY SCREENINGS & KNEE INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM OFFERED AT CASA COLINA CENTERS FOR REHABILITATION
COMMUNITY WELLNESS & EDUCATION SERIES TO BENEFIT CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES OFFERED AT CASA COLINA CENTERS FOR REHABILITATION
CASA COLINA AUTISM CONFERENCE TO BE HELD MARCH 10TH AND 11TH IN CLAREMONT
CASA COLINA AUTISM CONFERENCE TO BE HELD MARCH 10TH AND 11TH IN CLAREMONT
CASA COLINA TO DEDICATE ROBERT A. KEITH MEDICAL AND RESEARCH LIBRARY ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 9 AT 2 PM
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CALIFORNIA BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION TO HOLD “CAREGIVER CONFERENCE” AT CASA COLINA ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 28TH FROM 9:30 AM TO 4:30 P
Pomona, CA… Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a growing public health concern with over 1.4 million people sustaining a TBI in the United States each year. California Brain Injury Association (CALBIA) is pleased to announce that it will hold a caregiver conference at Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation to increase California’s brain injury awareness, prevention, education and advocacy.

Topics of discussion include “Advocacy: Taking Charge and Influencing Change”; “Family Dynamics After Brain Injury”; “Communication Issues: Tips & Tricks”; “The ABC’s of Behavioral Management”; “Managing Medications with Your Personal Physicians”; “Stress: How to Combat Caregiver Burnout”; and “Preparing for the Future: Medical & Financial Issues”.

Presenters include David Patterson, M.D., board certified physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation and Medical Director of Casa Colina Hospital; Kelli McSwan, Ph.D., board certified psychologist specializing in neuropsychology and rehabilitation functioning and Clinical Director of Casa Colina’s Neuropsychology Department and Transitional Living Center; Mark J. Ashley, Sc.D., CCC-SLP, CCM; Lisa A. Kreber, Ph.D.; and Chris Persel, M.A.

Casa Colina is uniquely qualified to host this special program due to its long history of providing an innovative continuum of care for traumatic brain injury. From inpatient rehabilitation to post-acute rehabilitation programs, to outpatient services, residential facilities and an outdoor recreational program for people with disabilities, Casa Colina is dedicated to helping individuals with acquired brain injury and other neurological conditions such as spinal cord injury, stroke and multiple trauma, who would benefit from specialized medical and rehabilitation programs. All services promote the development of skills needed for successful home and community re-integration.

This conference will be held on Tuesday, August 28th from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm at Casa Colina’s Tamkin Education Center, Building 1D, which is located on the Casa Colina campus at 255 East Bonita Avenue (at Garey) in Pomona. Registration for the daylong event for CALBIA members is $30 and includes a light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon refreshments will be served and seating is limited. Registration for non-members is $35. Please register at www.calbia.org or call (661) 872-4903 to reserve your space.

About Casa Colina - Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation provides comprehensive physical rehabilitation and specialized medical services at its completely renovated 20-acre campus in Pomona, California. It has served the community for over 70 years and is the region’s leader in providing a continuum of rehabilitative care that includes inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, highly specialized medical programs, residential facilities and recreational programs for people of all ages and with varying disabilities.

About the California Brain Injury Association (CALBIA)- A non-profit membership organization providing information, referrals, education, advocacy and support for those affected by brain injury. Services include community resources, contact information, calendar of events, CALBIA Monthly Newsletter, BIAA Quarterly Newsletter, and discounts on conference registrations. CALBIA mission is to create a better future through brain injury prevention, research, education, and advocacy. Its vision statement is: “A world where all preventable brain injuries are prevented, all unpreventable brain injuries are minimized and all individuals who have experienced brain injury maximize their quality of life.”
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