Harvey E. Jacobs PhD, CLCP
Psychologist / Certified Life Care Planner
Curriculum Vitae
CURRICULUM VITAE
Harvey Earl Jacobs
 
harveyjacobs@harveyjacobs.net
 
573 Southlake Boulevard, Suite A
North Chesterfield, VA 23236
Phone: (804) 323-5560
Fax:     (804) 323-5562
Cell:     (804) 814-0609
 
ACADEMIC DEGREES:
 
Psychology, B.A.
Western Michigan University; Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1974.
 
Psychology, M.A.
Western Michigan University; Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1977.
 
Psychology, M.S.
Florida State University; Tallahassee, Florida, 1978.
 
Psychology, Ph.D.
Florida State University; Tallahassee, Florida, 1979.
 
Post‑Doctoral Fellow
Department of Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/Department of Behavioral Psychology, The John F. Kennedy Institute; Baltimore, Maryland, 1979‑1980.
 
 
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Virginia, #0810-002607, 1998-present (active).
Psychologist; Health Services Provider, North Carolina, #3198, 2006-present (active).
Psychologist, Maryland, # 1453, 1981‑present (inactive).
Psychologist, California, #PSY 7873, 1983‑present (inactive).
Psychologist, Pennsylvania, #PS-006508-L, 1993-present (inactive).
Psychologist, Alaska, #PSY P 637, 2012-present (inactive).

Certified Life Care Planner, International Commission on Health Care Certification, #1176, 2012-present (active).
 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1980‑1981.

Assistant Research Psychologist (Professor), Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, 1981‑1987.  

Associate Research Psychologist (Professor), Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, 1987-1992.
 
Research Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1995-1997.
 
 
PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

Private and Consulting Practice, 1981‑present.

Director / Shareholder, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Inc., Wake Forest, North Carolina, 2005 - 2011.

Residential Director, Poplar Springs Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, 2003 – 2004.

Project Director, Learning Services Corporation, Boston, Massachusetts, 2003.

Director of Program Services, Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents, New Kent, VA, 2002 – 2003.

Director of Psychology, Psychotherapy, Behavioral Systems and Program Services, Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents, New Kent, VA, 1999 - 2003.

Director, MossRehab Clubhouse, Drucker Brain Injury Center, MossRehab Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1992-1997.

Director of Neurobehavioral Outcomes and Training, Drucker Brain Injury Center, MossRehab Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1991-1997.

Consulting Psychologist, West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, 1982‑1991.

Consulting Psychologist, Casa Colina Hospital for Rehabilitative Medicine, Pomona, California, 1986 ‑1990.

Consulting Psychologist, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Rehabilitation Institute, Glendale, California, 1985-1986.

Mary Switzer Research Fellow, National Institute of Handicapped Research, Washington, D.C., 1983‑1984.

Project Director, Leon County Recycling Program, Leon County Court House, Tallahassee, Florida, 1977‑1979.

Behavioral Program Specialist, Sunland Center at Tallahassee, Tallahassee, Florida, 1977‑1978.

Lab Instructor, Department of Psychology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, 1976‑1977.

Program Evaluator, Leon County Title I Remedial Reading Program, Leon County School District, Tallahassee, Florida, 1976‑1977.

Grant Administrator, Department of Psychology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, and TALTRAN, City of Tallahassee, Florida, 1976.

Examiner, Department of Retardation, State of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida, 1975.

Therapist, Kalamazoo Multiple Handicapped Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1974.

Workshop Instructor, Management of Behavior Change Workshop, School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974.

Graduate Assistant and Director of the Student Centered Education Project, Department of Psychology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1974‑1975.

Workshop Coordinator, Preventative Programming for Disruptive Behaviors, Camp Tamarack, Ortonville, Michigan, 1973.

Assistant Director in the Western Michigan University Residence Hall Program and Director of The Student Centered Education Project Experimental Living Program, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1972‑1975.

Undergraduate Assistant and Director of the Student Centered Education Project, Department of Psychology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1972‑1974.

Instructor for a variety of undergraduate psychology, management and computer courses at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1971‑1975.

 
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Code of Ethics Task Force, International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals / International Academy of Life Care Planners, 2015 - present.

Behavioral Issues Panel, Guidelines for the Rehabilitation and Chronic Disease Management of Adults with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Injury Association of America / Mt. Sinai Brain Injury Research Center, 2014-2017.

Board of Trustees, United States Brain Injury Alliance, 2013-present.

Standards of Practice Revision Advisory Committee, International Academy of Life Care Planning, 2013-2014.

Conference Chair, North American Brain Injury Society, 2009 - 2011.

Conference Co-Chair, Alaska Brain Injury Network / North American Brain Injury Society Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, 2010.

Board of Directors, North American Brain Injury Society, 2008 - present.

State Steering Committee on Positive Behavioral Supports, Virginia Autism Resource Center and Partnership with People With Disabilities, Richmond, Virginia, 2004 - 2006.

Board of Directors, American Academy for Certification of Brain Injury Specialists, 2003 – 2005.

Consultant, John Jane Brain Injury Clubhouse, Charlottesville, Virginia, 2002 – 2003.

Program Committee, Brain Injury Association, Washington, D.C., 2001 - 2002.

State Wide Workshop, Mayo Medical Center/Redwing Health Center, Redwing, Minnesota, 1997.

Consultant, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation Services, Inc., West Orange, New Jersey, 1997.

Consultant, Ontario March of Dimes, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, 1997.

Consultant, West Park Hospital, Acquired Brain Injury Behavioural Services, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1997 - 1998.

Consultant, Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program, Health and Rehabilitative Services, State of Florida, 1996.

Consultant, Peel and Halton Community Access Services, Inc., Ontario, Canada, 1995.

Consultant, Acquired Brain Injury Continuum of Opportunity Task Force, Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Committee, Ministries of Health and Social Services, Ontario, Canada, 1994.

Institute on Rehabilitation Issues Study Group: Employment Outcomes for Persons With TBI, Research and Training Center on Vocational Rehabilitation, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin, 1993.

Multi-State Workshops, National Rehabilitation Services, 1993. 

Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Traumatic Brain Injury Task Force, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1992-1993.

Chair, Professional Communications Committee, National Head Injury Foundation, Framingham, Massachusetts, 1987-1992.

Board of Directors, National Head Injury Foundation, Framingham, Massachusetts, 1986‑1991.

Board of Directors, Southern California Head Injury Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 1988-1991.

RCEP / Region IX TBI Task Force, State of California, 1991.

Advisory Board, Regional Resource Center for Brain Injury of Los Angeles County, Torrance, California, 1985‑1989.

Traumatic Brain Injury Initiative Task Force, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, 1987.

Board of Directors, The Betty Clooney Foundation for the Brain Injured, Los Angeles, California, 1986‑1987.

Co‑Chair, Professional Advisory Board, The Betty Clooney Foundation for the Brain Injured, Los Angeles, California, 1986‑1987.

State of California Professional Task Force on the Development of Vocational Rehabilitation Services for the Traumatically Head Injured, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Sacramento, California, 1985‑1986.

Co‑Director, National Head Injury Foundation‑U.S. Department of Education Cooperative Agreement on Services and Research for Head Injury, 1985.

Grant Advisory Committee, FIPSE Vocational Training Project, U.S. Department of Education ‑ Coastline Community College, 1985‑1987.

Grant Advisory Committee, Partners in Progress Vocational Development Program for Traumatic Head Injury Survivors, National Institute of Handicapped Research, Coastline Community College and the Betty Clooney Foundation, 1985‑1986.

Program Committee, Division 25, American Psychological Association, 1985.

Professional Advisory Board, American Head Trauma Alliance, Los Angeles, California, 1984‑1985.

Steering Committee Member, Professional Advisory Board, Southern California Head Injury Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 1983‑1987.

Board Member, Human Rights Advocacy Committee, Francis X. Gallagher Center, Baltimore, 1980‑1981.

Membership Committee, Association for Behavior Analysis, 1979‑1980.

Regional Affiliate, Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, 1978.

District Representative, Southeastern Association for Behavior Therapy, 1976‑1977.

Student Representative, Division 25 (American Psychological Association) for the Southeastern Psychological Association region, 1975‑1977.

 

EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS:

Special Issue Editor, "Current Dimensions in Life Care Planning" Brain Injury Professional, March 2017.

Special Issue Editor, "Evolving Topics in NeuroRehabilitation" Brain Injury Professional, February 2016.

Special Issue Editor, "Perspectives on Behavior and Acquired Brain Injury" NeuroRehabilitation, June 2014.

Special Issue Editor, “Behavior” Brain Injury Professional, December 2008.

Special Issue Editor. “Positive Behavior Support” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, January – February 2003. (With Timothy Feeney and Mark Ylvisaker).

Special Issue Editor. “Behavioral Technologies” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, February 1996.

Editor, “Innovations” section of the Brain Injury Association Newsletter TBI Challenge!, 1991-1997.

Board of Editors, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1988-present.

Board of Editors, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1984‑1987; 1989; 1992-1995.

Special Issue Editor, “Lifelong Living” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, March 1990.

Guest Reviewer, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior Therapy, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Psychiatric Services, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

 

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

Orange County Regional Center, “The Alliance Clubhouse.” A $139,000 grant to establish a Clubhouse program for people who experience cognitive disability in Orange County California, 1997 - 1998. (In conjunction with Cathy DeMello).

The Pew Charitable Trusts, “Affirmative Enterprise.” A $170,000 grant to establish an economically viable bakeshop in the community whose operations and revenues are used to help people who experience disability following brain injury and other impairments develop the skills required for independent community employment, 1997 - 1998.

The Gold Family Foundation, “Clubhouse Affirmative Enterprise.” A $20,000 grant to establish a bakeshop to help people who experience disability attain independent employment, 1997.

The Pew Charitable Trusts, “Clubhouse Transitional Employment.” A $170,000 grant to establish a transitional employment program for persons who have experienced brain injury through the Clubhouse program, 1995 - 1996.

The JM Foundation, “TBI Clubhouse.” A $25,000 grant to develop job preparation and employment activities for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1994 - 1995.

U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration, “Implementing Consumer Directed Recreation Services by Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury.” A $108,651 grant to develop and improve access to “normative” community leisure and recreational services for persons with severe disabilities, primarily traumatic brain injury, 1993 - 1996.

The Caplan Foundation, “TBI Clubhouse.” A $5,000 matching funds grant to develop a functional community based “Clubhouse” for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1993.

Alexis Rosenberg Foundation, “The Clubhouse.” A $10,000 grant to develop a functional community based “Clubhouse” for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1993.

The Connelly Foundation, “TBI Clubhouse.” A $5,000 grant to develop a functional community based “Clubhouse” for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1993.

The Bara Foundation, “TBI Clubhouse.” A $1,000 matching funds grant to develop a functional community based “Clubhouse” for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1993.

The Pew Charitable Trusts, “A Community Based Program for Dependent Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury.” A $160,000 grant to develop a functional community based “Clubhouse” for persons who have experienced traumatic brain injury, 1992 - 1994.

U.S. Department of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, “Comprehensive Head Injury Attainment and Outcome Scale.” A $50,000 grant to develop a hierarchical functional assessment instrument to track head injury outcomes, 1989 - 1991.

U.S. Social Security Administration, “Validation of a Rehabilitation Readiness Inventory for Persons with Mental Impairments.” A $236,000 grant to develop an empirically based work readiness evaluation protocol for persons with psychiatric disabilities, 1987 - 1990.

U.S. Social Security Administration, “Program Evaluation of Job Club Work Placement Programs for Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities.” A $530,000 project to evaluate the efficacy of behavioral work placement among the psychia­trically disabled.  (R.P. Liberman, Principal Investigator of overall grant of which this was one project), 1985 - 1989.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, “The Family as a Therapeutic Agent:  Long Term Rehabilitation for Traumatic Head Injury Patients.” A $150,000 grant to develop training programs for the families of traumatic head injury survivors, 1985 ‑ 1990.

State of California, “Day Program for Adults With Head Injury.” A $100,000 grant to develop a model day program for traumatic head injury survivors (in conjunction with the Betty Clooney Foundation for Brain Injury), 1987.

National Institute of Handicapped Research, Mary Switzer Research Fellowship. A $26,500 national competitive fellowship awarded for research on outcomes among traumatic head injured patients and their families, 1983 ‑ 1984.

National Institute of Handicapped Research.  “The Brentwood Job Finding Club.”   A $200,000 grant awarded through the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center for Mental Illness (UCLA) to develop a psychiatric work placement program, 1981 ‑ 1985. (This was one project of an overall grant to R.P. Liberman, Principal Investigator).

U.S. Department of Labor, Youth Conservation and Community Involvement Program. A $45,000 grant awarded through the Leon County Board of Commissioners, Leon County, Florida to establish a community-wide residential resource recovery program, 1977 ‑ 1978.

Undergraduate and Graduate Assistantships, Department of Psychology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1973 ‑ 1975.

Honors College, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Research Scholarship, 1972 ‑ 1973.

 

AREAS OF INTEREST:
           
Rehabilitation                                Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities   
Life Care Planning                         Autism Spectrum    
Brain Injury                                   Behavior Dysfunction                    
            Neurological Impairment               Treatment Refractory Challenges          
Psychiatric Impairment                  Behavioral Medicine / Neurology     
Behavior Analysis                          Program Development / Evaluation
            Vocational Rehabilitation               Staff Training and Development
Research / Experimental Design

 
PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS:
 
Books, Modules, and Edited Journals

1.         Jacobs, H.E. “Lifelong Living.” Special Issue Editor, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 5,1 (Spring, 1990).

2.         Jacobs, H.E., and Collier, R. The Job Seeking Skills Dissemination Module. A training and dissemination module to teach clients with disabilities skills for obtaining competitive community employment. The module consists of a trainer’s guide, client workbook, technical manual and video training tape. Author (1991).

3.         Jacobs, H.E. Behavior Analysis Guidelines and Brain Injury Rehabilitation: People, Principles and Programs. Gaithersburg, Maryland: Aspen Publishing Company, (1993). (Single author book: 392 Pages)

4.         Cash, A., Corthell, D., Jacobs, H., Perla, S. Smith, J., Sarvis, B., Thayer, T., Thomas, D., Tirado, R., Ulicy, G., VanDeventer, L., Williard, T. Employment Outcomes for Persons With Acquired Brain Injury. Menomonie, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Stout, (1993).

5.         Jacobs, H.E. “Behavioral Technologies.” Special Issue Editor, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 11,1, (1996).

6.         Feeney, T., Jacobs, H.E., Ylvisaker, M. “Positive Support for Behavior.” Special Issue Editors, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 19, 1, (2003).

7.         Jacobs, H.E. “Behavior!” Special Issue Editor, Brain Injury Professional, 5, 4, (2008).

8.         Jacobs, H.E. Understanding Everybody’s Behavior After Brain Injury: Don’t “Don’t!”®Wake Forest, North Carolina: Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Inc. (2010).

9.         Jacobs, H.E. Workbook for Understanding Everybody’s Behavior After Brain Injury: Don’t “Don’t!”®. Wake Forest, North Carolina: Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Inc. (2010).

10.       Jacobs, H.E. Perspectives on Behavior and Acquired Brain Injury.  Special Issue Editor, NeuroRehabilitation, 34(4) (2014).

 
Journal Articles

1.         Jacobs, H.E., Fairbanks, D., Pooche, C., and Bailey, J.S. “Multiple incentives in encouraging car pool information on a university campus.”  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 15, 141‑149 (1982).  

            Reprinted in:
Behavior Analysis in the Community 1968-1986, B.F. Greene, R.W. Winett, R. Van Houten, S. Geller, and B. Iwata, The Society for
the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, (1987).

2.         Jacobs, H.E. and Bailey, J.S. “Evaluating participation in a residential recycling program.”  Journal of Environmental Systems, 12, 141‑152 (1982‑83).

3.         Jacobs, H.E., Bailey, J.S. and Crews, J.I. “Development and analysis of a community based resource recovery program.” Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 17, 127‑145 (1984).

            Reprinted in:
Behavior Analysis in the Community 1968-1986, B.F. Greene, R.W. Winett, R. Van Houten, S. Geller, and B. Iwata, The Society for
the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, (1987).

4.         Jacobs, H.E., Kardashian, S., Kreinbring, R.K., Ponder, R., and Simpson, A.S. “A skills oriented model for facilitating employment among psychiatrically disabled persons.” Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 28, 87‑96 (1984).

5.         Freeman, J.M., Jacobs, H.E., Vining, P.G., and Rabin, C.E. “Epilepsy and the inner city schools:  A school based program that makes a difference.”  Epilepsia, 438‑442 (1984).

6.         Coates, T.J., Barofsky, I., Saylor, K.E., Simons‑Morton, B., Huster, W., Sereghy, E., Straugh, S., Jacobs, H.E., and Kidd, L. “Modifying the snack food consumption patterns of inner city high school students: The great sensations study.” Preventative Medicine, 14, 234‑247 (1985).

7.         Jacobs, H.E., Lynch, W., Cornick, J., and Slifler, K. “Behavior management of aggressive sequelae in Reyes Syndrome.” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 67, 558‑563 (1986).

8.         Jacobs, H.E., Muir, C.A., and Cline, J. “Family reactions to persistent vegetative state.”  The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1, 55‑62 (1986).

9.         Liberman, R.P., Mueser, K.T., Wallace, C.J., Jacobs, H.E., Eckman, T., and Massel, H.K. “Training skills in the psychiatrically disabled: Learning coping and competence.” Schizophrenia Bulletin, 12(4), 631‑647 (1986).

10.       Duvinsky, J., Jacobs, H.E., and Foy, D. “Contingency management with a psychiatric patient with Diabetes.”  Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 18, 179-183 (1987).

11.       Mitchell, J., Jacobs, H.E., and Yen, F. “Costs and response rates in a community follow‑up for a psychiatric vocational rehabilitation program.”  Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 31, 273-277 (1987).

12.       Jacobs, H.E. “The Los Angeles Head Injury survey:  Project rationale and design implications.”  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 2, 37-50 (1987).

13.       Jacobs, H.E. “The Los Angeles Head Injury survey:  Procedures and preliminary findings.”  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabil­itation, 69, 425-431 (1988).

14.       Jacobs, H.E. “Yes, behavior analysis can help, but do you know how to harness it?” Brain Injury, 4, 339-346 (1988).

15.       Liberman, R.P., Jacobs, H.E., Boone, S., Foy, D., Donahoe, C.P., Falloon, I.R.H., Blackwell, G., Wallace, C.J. “Skills training for the community adaptation of schizophrenics.” Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 30, 229-239 (1988).

16.       Jacobs, H.E., Blatnick, M., Sandhorst, J. “What is lifelong living and how does it relate to quality of life?” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 5, 1-8 (1990).

17.       Beals, M.P., Mathews, R.M., Elkins, S.R., Jacobs, H.E. “Locating community resources for lifelong living.” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 5, 31-39 (1990).

18.       Massel, H.K., Liberman, R.P., Mintz, J., Jacobs, H.E., Rush, T.V., Giannini, C.A., and Zarate, R. “Evaluating the capacity to work of the mentally ill.” Psychiatry, 53, 31-41 (1990).

19.       Jacobs, H.E. “Ya shoulda, oughta, wanna: Or laws of behavior and behavioral community research.” Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 24(4), 641-644 (1991).

20.       Jacobs, H.E., Collier, R., Wissusick, D., Stackman, D., Burkeman, D. “The Brentwood Job Finding Club: Predictors of vocational outcome for the psychiatrically disabled.” Hospital and Community Psychiatry (43, 365-369 (1992).

21.       Jacobs, H.E., Collier, M.S., Wissusick, D.A. “The Job Finding Module: Training skills for seeking competitive community employment.” New Directions in Mental Health Services, 53, 105-115 (1992).

22.       Hart, T., Jacobs, H.E. “Rehabilitation and management of behavioral disturbances following frontal lobe injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 8, 1-12, (1993).

23.       Jacobs, H.E., Hart, T., Mory, K.D., Griffin, C., Martin, B.A., Probst, J. “Single subject evaluation designs in rehabilitation: Case studies on inpatient units.” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 11, 86-94, (1996).

24.       Jacobs, H.E. and DeMello, C. “The Clubhouse model and employment following brain injury.” Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 7, 169-179, (1996).

25.       Jacobs, H.E. “The Clubhouse: Addressing work-related behavioral challenges through a supportive social community.” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 12:(5), 14-27, (1997).

26.       Ylvisaker, M., Jacobs, H.E., Feeney, T. “Positive supports for people who experience behavioral and cognitive disability after brain injury: A review.” Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 18:(1), 11-36, (2003).

27.      Jacobs, H.E.  "Perspectives on behavior and acquired brain injury."  NeuroRehabilitation, (34)(4), 597-599, (2014).

28.       Huckshorn, K., LeBel, J., Jacobs, H.E.  "An organizational approach to reducing and preventing restraint and seclusion use with people with acquired brain injury"  NeuroRehabilitation (34)(4), 671-680, (2014).

 29.      Jacobs, H.E.  "Life care planning and acquired brain injury:  Determining needs and costs at the dawn of the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act.  Journal of Life Care Planning, 13(3), 45-48, (2015).  Reprinted from Brain Injury Professional, 11 (3), 14-16. (2014).


Book Chapters

1.        Cataldo, M.F., Jacobs, H.E., and Rogers, M.C. “Psychosocial factors in pediatric intensive care.”  In D.C. Russo and J.W. Varni (Eds.), Behavioral Pediatrics:  Research and Preparation.  New York:  Plenum Press, Inc.  (1982).

2.        Jacobs, H.E., Donahoe, C.P., and Falloon, I. “Rehabilitation of the chronic schizophrenic.”  In E. Pan, S. Newman, T. Backer, and C. Vash (Eds.), Annual Review of Rehabilitation, Volume IV.  New York: Springer Publishing Company (1985).     Excerpted in Rehabilitation Briefs.       

3.        Liberman, R.P., Jacobs, H.E., Boone, S., Foy, D., Donahoe, C.P., Falloon, I.R.H., Blackwell, G., Wallace, C.J. “New methods for rehabilitating chronic mental patients.”  In J.A. Talbott, (Ed.) Our Patient’s Future in a Changing World.  Washington, D.C.:  American Psychiatric Press, Inc.  (1986).

4.        Liberman R.P., Jacobs H.E., Boone S.E., Foy D.W., Donahoe C.P., Falloon I.R.H., Blackwell G. and Wallace C.J. “Skills training for the community adaptation of schizophrenics.” In W. Boker and H.D. Brenner (Eds.) Management of Schizophrenia. Bern, Switz­erland: H. Huber Publishers (1986).

5.        Liberman, R.P., Jacobs, H.E., Boone, S.E., Foy, D.W., Donahoe, C.P., Falloon, I.R.H., Blackwell, G., Wallace, C.J. “Fertiggeitentraining zur anpassung schizophrener an die gemeinschaft.”  In W. Boker and H.D. Brenner (Eds.) Bewaltingung der Schizophrenie: Multidimensionale Konzepte, psychosoziale und kognitive Therapien, Angehorigenarbeit und autoprotektive Anstrengungen.  Bern, Germany: Verlag Hans Huber (1986). German translation of above chapter.

6.        Liberman, R.P., Jacobs H.E., Blackwell G., Simpson A. and Massel H.K. “Overcoming psychiatric disability through skills training.” In A.T. Meyerson & T. Fine (Eds.) Psychiatric Disability: Clinical, Administ­rative & Legal Aspects. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press (1987).

7.        Jacobs, H.E. “Vocational rehabilitation.”  In R.P. Liberman and Associates (Eds.) Psychiatric Rehabil­itation of Chronic Mental Patients. Washington D.C.: American Psychiatric Press (1987).

8.        Jacobs, H.E. “Adult community integration.” In Paul Bach-y-Rita (Ed.) Traumatic Brain Injury.   New York: Demos Publications (1989).

9.        Jacobs, H.E. “Long-term family intervention.”  In A. Christensen and D. Ellis (Eds.) Neuropsychological Treatment of Head Injury. Boston, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1989).

10.      Liberman, R.P., Mueser, K.T, Wallace, C.J., Jacobs, H.E., Eckman, T., and Massel, H.K. “Training Skills in the psychiatrically disabled: Learning coping and competence.” In E.R. Straube and K. Hahlweg (Eds.) Schizophrenia: Concepts, Vulnerability, and Intervention. Berlin, West Germany: Springer-Verlag (1990).

11.      Jacobs, H.E. “The family as a therapeutic agent in long term traumatic head injury rehabilitation.” In D.E. Tupper and K.D. Cicerone (Eds.) The Neuropsychology of Everyday Life. Boston, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1990).

12.      Jacobs, H.E. " Family and behavior problems.” In T. Kay and J. Williams (Eds.) Impact of Head Injury on the Family System: An Overview for Professionals.   Baltimore, Maryland: Paul Brookes Pp. 239 - 251 (1991).

13.      Jacobs, H.E. “Identifying post-traumatic behavior problems: Data from psychosocial follow-up studies.” In R. L. Wood (Ed.) Behavioral Sequelae Of Traumatic Brain Injury. Boston, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1991).

14.      Jacobs, H.E. "Behavior analysis and brain injury rehabilitation.” In M. Rosenthal, E.R. Griffith, J. Kreutzer and B. Pentland (eds.) Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Traumatic Brain Injury: Edition 3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: F. A. Davis Company (1999).

15.      Jacobs, H.E. "Brain injury rehabilitation.” In J. Austin and J.E. Carr (eds.) Handbook of Applied Behavior Analysis. Reno, Nevada: Context Press (2000).

16.      Jacobs, H.E., Huckshorn, K.A., Bergman, A., Rohal, A.P. “Legal and ethical issues." Training Manual for Certified Brain Injury Specialists: Third Edition. Washington, D.C.: Brain Injury Association of America, (2004).
 Reprinted in:

            The Essential Brain Injury Guide, Vienna, Virginia: Brain Injury Association of America, (2007).

17.      Zasler, N., Martelli, M. Jacobs, H.E. “Neurobehavioral Disorders.” In D.C. Good and M.P. Barnes (eds.)  Handbook of Clinical Neurology (3rd Series): Neurorehabilitation.  London, UK: Elsevier, (2012). 

18.      Jacobs, H.E.  The role of the psychologist in life care planning.  In D. Berens and R.O. Weed (eds.)  Life Care Planning and Case Management Handbook, Fourth Edition.  Boca Raton, Florida, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group (In Press).

Government Publications

1.        Welsh, T., Sunberg, C., Coates, R., Guziak, K., Smith, P., Tillema, M., Zmolek, T., Jacobs, H., Gillison, S., and Byington, D. “The student centered education project: Student initiative in the behavior analysis of an experimental education project.” ERIC   (1975).

2.        Bailey, J.S., Pooche, C., Jacobs, H.E., and Fairbanks, D. Final Report: TALTRAN Carpool Information Center Incentive Program. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Transportation, (1976).

3.        Jacobs, H.E.  “The family as a therapeutic agent: “Long term rehabilitation for traumatic head injury patients.” In National Institute of Handi­capped Research (Eds.) 1984 Mary E. Switzer Fellows: Research Highlights.  Washington D.C.:  NARIC (1985).


Newsletters / Magazines

1.        Jacobs, H.E. "Los Angeles head injury survey:  After effects of head injury are assessed.”  Independent Living Forum, 2, 12‑14 (1985).

2.        Jacobs, H.E. “Professional needs in traumatic head injury rehabilitation.”  Moving Ahead, 1, 2 (1986).

3.        Liberman, R.P., Jacobs, H.E., Boone, S., Foy, D., Donahoe, C.P., Falloon, I.R.H., Blackwell, G., Wallace, C.J., Skills training for the community adaptation of schizophrenics.”  In P. Heidler (Ed.) Proceedings of the International Symposium of Psychosocial Management of Schizophrenia.  Wiesbaden, West Germany: Medical Tribune (1987).

4.        Jacobs, H.E. “Complex people.” TBI Challenge!, 26-27, National Head Injury Foundation, Winter, 1 (1), (1993).

5.        Jacobs, H.E. “The real cost of TBI.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Summer, 1 (3), (1993).

6.        Jacobs, H.E. “Heritage.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Fall, 1 (4), (1993).

7.        Jacobs, H.E. “Guest Editorial.” i.e. Magazine, Ontario Head Injury Association, 2 (2), (1994).

8.        DeMello, C. and Jacobs, H.E. “The Clubhouse Model, Part I: Origins and Basic Philosophy.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Summer, 2 (3), (1994).

9.        Jacobs, H.E. and DeMello, C. “The Clubhouse Model Part II: Applications Following Brain Injury.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Fall, 2 (4), (1994).

10.      Jacobs, H.E. and DeMello, C. “The Clubhouse Model Part III: Designing a Clubhouse.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Winter, 3 (1), (1995).

11.      Jacobs, H.E. and DeMello, C. “The Clubhouse Model Part IV: Clubhouse Standards.” TBI Challenge!, National Head Injury Foundation, Spring, 3 (2), (1995).

12.      Jacobs, H.E. “Iatrogenesis.” Brain Injury Source, Brain Injury Association, Summer 2 (3), 26-27, 50, (1998).

13.      Jacobs, H.E. “Lifelong Living Revisited” Brain Injury Professional, North American Brain Injury Society, 4(3), 22-23, (2007).

14.      Jacobs, H.E. “Ain’t Misbehaving” Brain Injury Professional, 5,4, 8-10, (2008).

15.      Jacobs, H.E., Abreu, B.C., DePompei, R., Elliott, T.R., Grancisco, G.E., Gerber, L.H., Huang, R.A., and Mosberg, K.A.  Brain Injury as a chronic condition:  Implications for education.  Brain Injury Professional,  North American Brain Injury Society, 9 (5), 16-17, (2013).  

16.      Jacobs, H.E.  Rehabilitation and context are interrelated.  Brain Injury Professional.  North American Brain Injury Society, 10 (4), 18, (2013).

17.      Jacobs, H.E. What is life care planning?  Brain Injury Professional.  North American Brain Injury Society, 10 (4) 30, (2013).

18.      Jacobs, H.E.  Life care planning and acquired brain injury:  Determining needs and costs at the dawn of the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act.  Brain Injury Professional, North American Brain Injury Society, 11 (3), 14-16 (2014).

19.      Jacobs, H.E., Katz, H.T., Berens, D.E.  Lifecare planning for the adult with traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury Professional, North American Brain Injury Society,  13 (4), 8-12 (2017).

 

  Other Documents

1.        Jacobs, H.E., Martel, M.  Southern California Head Injury Resource Directory, First Edition. Author (1988). (A 109-page directory of rehabilitation services in Southern California for persons who have experienced brain injuries).

2.        Jacobs, H.E., Martel, M.  Southern California Head Injury Resource Directory, Second Edition. Author (1988). (A 160-page directory of rehabilitation services in Southern California for persons who have experienced brain injuries).

3.        Jacobs, H.E. Book Review of “I Wasn’t Finished With Life.” Contemporary Psychology (1989).

4.        Jacobs, H.E., Stackman, D.  Southern California Head Injury Resource Directory, Third Edition. Author (1989). (A 170-page directory of rehabilitation services in Southern California for persons who have experienced brain injuries).

5.        Jacobs, H.E., DeMello, C.  Southern California Head Injury Resource Directory, Fourth Edition. Author (1991). (A 200-page directory of rehabilitation services in Southern California for persons who have experienced brain injuries).

6.        Jacobs, H.E. “Minding Behavior in Adults After Brain Injury.” Tip Sheet, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2005).

7.        Jacobs, H.E. “Oops! Social Skills after Brain Injury.” Tip Card, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2005).

8.        Jacobs, H.E. “Myths and Facts: About Behavior, About Brain Injury.” Tip Card, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2005).

9.        Jacobs, H.E. “Stop Treating the Brain Injured!” Re-Learning Times, Learning Services Corporation, Framingham, Massachusetts, Spring-Summer, (2006). 

10.      Jacobs, H.E. “Behavior Programs and Behavior Problems” Tip Card, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2006).

11.      Rocchio, C. and Jacobs, H.E. “Behavior at Home in Adults after Brain Injury.” Tip Card, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2007).

12.      Jacobs, H.E. and Hammond, F. “Brain Injury: How to Recognize And Treat It” Tip Card, Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (2009).


PRESENTATIONS:

 1.       The Student Centered Education Project:  Student Participation in Higher Education.  Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1974.  (With Alice Dybsky and Thomas Welsh).

 2.       The Student Centered Education Project:  Student Initiative in the Behavior Analysis of an Experimental Education Project. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1975.  (With other members of the program staff).

 3.       An Experiment in Living and Learning:  An Extension of the Student Centered Education Project. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1975.  (With Thomas Welsh).

 4.       Progress Report on the Student Centered Education Project. American Psychological Association, Chicago, 1975.  (With Richard W. Malott and Thomas Welsh).

 5.       Learning Exchange:  A Model for Community Based Education -or‑ One Good Learn Deserves Another. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, 1976. (With William Yeaton).

 6.       Learning Exchange:  A Model for Community Based Education ‑or‑ One Good Learn Deserves Another. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1976.  (With William Yeaton and Richard Beers).

 7.       The Use of Incentives in a Community Carpool Program. Southeastern Psychological Association, Hollywood, Florida, 1977.  (With Jon S. Bailey and David Fairbanks).

 8.       The Analysis of a Multiple Incentive and Carpool Matching Program with Students on a University Campus. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1977.  (With David Fairbanks and Jon S. Bailey).

 9.       Cost ‑ Benefit Analysis of an Incentive Based Carpool Program. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, 1977.  (With Jon S. Bailey and David Fairbanks).

10.      Participation Trends in a Community Based Recycling Program. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1978.  (With Jon S. Bailey).

11.      A “Client Proof” Mattress for Use in Institutional Settings. Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, 1978.  (With Richard Levy).

12.      A Preliminary Analysis of Motivational Factors in a Residential Recycling Program. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, 1979.  (With Jon S. Bailey).

13.      The Leon County Recycling Program:  The Development of an Empirically Derived ‑ Community Wide Resource Recovery Program. Association for Behavior Analysis, Dearborn, Michigan, 1979.  (With Jon S. Bailey).

14.      An Empirically Derived Community Based Resource Recovery Program. American Psychological Association, New York, 1979.  (With Jon S. Bailey).

15.      Research Round-table in Behavioral Community Psychology. Association for Behavior Analysis, Dearborn, Michigan, 1980.  (With Jon S. Bailey, E. Scott Geller, Brian Iwata, and Richard Winett).

16.      Using Behavior Modification to Control Aggression in Rehabilitation Clients. John F. Kennedy Center Habilitation Conference Series, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1980. 

17.      Behavior Analysis in Large Scale Community Research. West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1980.

18.      Behavior Management in School Situations. Short Stature Symposium VII, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, 1980.

19.      Behavior Management in School Situations. Short Stature Symposium VIII, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, 1981.

20.      Restraints as Reinforcers:  Reducing Self-Injurious Behavior and Facilitating Compliance Through Response Cost. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1981.  (With Jodene Furr, Ann Kelly, and Michael F. Dorsey).

21.      Behavioral Rehabilitation Following Reyes Syndrome:  A Case Study. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1981.  (With Mary Lynch, Joe Cornick, and Keith Slifler).

22.      Behavioral Approaches to Pediatric Hospitalization. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1982.  (With Michael F. Cataldo and Belinda Traughber).

23.      Contingency Management With a Diabetic Psychiatric Patient. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1982.  (With Jerry Duvinsky and David Foy).

24.      RTC‑26:  Behavior Analysis of Complex Rehabilitation Issues Among Chronic Mental Patients. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1982.

25.      RTC‑26:  Behavior Analysis of Complex Rehabilitation Issues Among Chronic Mental Patients. Association for Behavior Analysis, Southern California, Los Angeles, 1982.

26.      Case Studies in Adolescent Rehabilitation:  Hyper‑aggressive and Self-Injurious Behavior. Association for Behavior Analysis, Southern California, Los Angeles, 1982.

27.      Management of Self‑Injurious Behavior and Compliance Through Response Cost of Restraints. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, 1982.  (With Jodene Furr and Ann Kelly).

28.      Control and Maintenance of Dietary Compliance in an Uncontrolled Diabetic. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, 1982.  (With Jerry Duvinsky and David Foy).

29.      Behavior Management of Aggressive Sequelae Following Reyes Syndrome. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, 1982.  (With Mary Lynch, Joe Cornick, and Keith Slifler).

30.      The Great Sensations Study:  Modifying the Salty Snack Food Consumption of High School Students. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, 1982.  (With other program staff).

31.      Rehabilitation of the Mentally Ill Aged. American Public Health Association, Montreal, Canada, 1982.  (With Robert Liberman, Gayla Blackwell, Timothy Kuehnel, and Eugene Wheeler).

32.      A Replication of the Job Club Among the Psychiatrically Disabled. Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1983.  (With Susan Amirian, Ronald Ponder, Keel Kreinbring, Alan Simpson, and Drue Rueger).

33.      Functional Skills Assessment and Training for Chronic Mental Patients.  National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers Annual Meeting, Eugene, Oregon, 1983.  (With Steven Boone and Peter Donahoe).

34.      Behavioral Rehabilitation with Chronic Schizophrenics.  Florida State University Psychology Colloquium Series, Tallahassee, Florida, 1983.

35.      Management of Severe Behavior Problems Among Pediatric Patients.  Sepulveda VA Medical Center, Sepulveda, California, 1983.

36.      Rehabilitation Among the Chronically and Mentally Disabled: Issues in Medical and Community Skills Intervention.  Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, 1983.  (With Steve Boone and Peter Donahoe). 

37.      The Brentwood Job Club:  The Psychiatrically Disabled Can Find Their Own Jobs.  Workshop, California Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Los Angeles, 1983.  (With Susan Amirian, Ronald Ponder, Keel Kreinbring, and Alan Simpson).

38.      Work Restoration in the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Psychiatric Patients.  Conference on Work as Treatment For Psychiatric Disorders, NIMH, Bethesda, Maryland, October 1983. (With Robert P. Liberman).

39.      School Intervention Can Improve Outcome for Adolescents With Epilepsy.  American Epilepsy Society, Washington, D.C., 1983. (With E.P.G. Vining, C. Rabin, and John F. Freeman).

40.      The Brentwood Job Club:  Psychiatric Patients Can Find Their Own Jobs.  Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C., 1983.  (With Alan Simpson, Ronald Ponder, Keel Krienbring, Susan Amirian, Judith Mitchell, and David Baker).

41.      Helping Psychiatric Patients Return to Work:  The Ultimate Rehabilitation Indicator?  Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, Tennessee, 1984.  (With Robert P. Liberman).

42.      One Year Later:  Brentwood Job Club Outcome and Follow‑up Data. Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, Tennessee, 1984.  (With Judith Mitchell, R. Keel Kreinbring, Susan Kardashian, Ronald Ponder, and Alan Simpson).

43.      A Functional Assessment of Long Term Needs Among Traumatic Head Injury Patients.  Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1984.

44.      The Family As A Therapeutic Agent.  Models of Care and Rehabilitation in Head Injury:  Second Annual Southwestern Symposium, Palm Springs, California, 1984.

45.      Neuro‑Behavioral Rehabilitation:  Teaching an “Injured Brain “Old Tricks”. Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, Tennessee, 1984.

46.      Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Head Injury:  A Behavioral Perspective.  Florida Association For Behavior Analysis, Orlando, Florida, 1984.

47.      Vocational Rehabilitation for Psychiatrically Disabled Persons. Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Orlando, Florida, 1984.

48.      Patient and Family Outcome:  Los Angeles Head Injury Survey.  Third Annual Southwest Head Injury Symposium, Costa Mesa, California, 1985.

49.      A Functional Assessment of Long Term Sequela Following Traumatic Head Injury.  Eighth Annual Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Traumatic Head Injury Conference, San Jose, California, 1985.

50.       Realistic Outcomes Following Traumatic Head Injury.  California Medical Association, San Diego, California, 1985.  (With Frank Benson, Joel Rosen, and Robert Sbordone).

51.       Traumatic Head Injury Rehabilitation.  Rehabilitation Mainframe, 1985.  Kent, Ohio, 1985.

52.       Dependent Functioning Following Severe Traumatic Head Injury.  National Conference on Independent Living, Kansas City, Kansas, 1985.

53.       Skills Training for the Community Adaptation of Schizophrenics.  International Symposium of Psychosocial Management of Schizophrenia, Berne, Switzerland, 1985.  (With Robert P. Liberman, Steven Boone, David Foy, C. Peter Donahoe, Ian R.H. Falloon, Gayla Blackwell, and Charles Wallace).

54.       Long Term Patient and Family Outcome.  National Head Injury Foundation Conference on Community Re‑entry, Boston, Massachusetts, 1985.

55.       Results of the UCLA. Head Injury Project.  Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Glendale, California, 1985.

56.       Behavior Management Strategies with Neurologically Impaired Patients.  Long Beach Memorial Hospital, Long Beach, California, 1985.

57.       The Vocational Rehabilitation Continuum for the Psychiatrically Disabled.  Workshop on the Chronic Mental Patient, Metropolitan State Hospital, Los Angeles, California, 1985.

58.       Patient and Family Outcome.  Fourth Annual Southwest Regional Head Injury Symposium, Snowmass, Colorado, 1986.

59.       Long Term Patient Sequela of Traumatic Head Injury.  Daniel Freeman Hospital, Inglewood, California, 1986.

60.       Family Management.  Mediplex Health Services, Camden, New Jersey, 1986.

61.       Patient and Family Outcomes from Traumatic Head Injury: Treatment Roles for Long‑Term Sequela.  Workshop, Seventh Annual Braintree Traumatic Head Injury Conference, Braintree, Massachusetts, 1986.

62.       Behavior Analysis and Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Evaluation and Treatment Procedures.  Seventh Annual Braintree Traumatic Head Injury Conference, Braintree Massachusetts, 1986.

63.       Communication and Functioning in Families with Head Injured Offspring. Fourth Annual Southwest Regional Head Injury Symposium, Snowmass, Colorado, 1986.  (With Carol Wixom, Rosalie Kane, and Angus Strachan).

64.       Vocational Outcomes Among Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities. Assoc­iation for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, Illinois, 1986.  (With Alan Simpson, Robert P. Liberman, Don Wissusick, Ronald Ponder, Claudia Dorrington, and Linda Lee).

65.       Evaluation of Strengths and Disability Through Functional Assessment of Chronic Mentally Ill Persons.  Course workshop, 38th Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry, San Diego, California, 1986. (With Barry Willer, Joan Asarnow, John R. Guastaferro, Robert P. Liberman, and Charles J. Wallace).

66.       Behavior Analysis Intervention and Assessment Procedures in Traumatic Head Injury Rehabilitation.  Workshop, Fifth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1986.

67.       Assessment and Intervention in Family Training.  Workshop, Fifth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1986. (With Carol Wixom and Craig Muir).

68.       Communication and Functioning in Families with Head Injured Offspring. Fifth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1986.  (With Carol Wixom, Rosalie Kane, and Angus Strachan).

69.       From Coma to Community: An Overview of Traumatic Head Injury Rehabilitation.  Symposium, Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, Illinois, 1986. (With Sheldon Berrol and David Ellis).

70.       The Prediction of Vocational Competence Among Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities.  Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, Illinois, 1986. (With H. Keith Massel, Robert. P. Liberman, Roberto Zarate, Carol Giannini, Jim Mintz, Alan Simpson and Mark Mosk).

71.       The Brentwood Job Finding Club:  Vocational Competence Among Persons With Psychiatric Disabilities.  Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, Illinois, 1986. (With Claudia Dorrington, Linda Lee, R. P. Liberman, Alan Simpson, Don Wissusick, Ronald Ponder and Maggie Fitzpatrick).

72.       Family Training. Sixth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, San Diego, California, 1987. (With Craig A. Muir and Marie Martel).

73.       Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation. Sixth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, San Diego, California, 1987. (With Roger L. Wood).

74.       Comprehensive Social Skills Training. Sixth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, San Diego, California, 1987.

75.       Behavior Management. Second Annual National Head Injury Foundation Board of Directors Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1987.

76.       Statewide Systems and Family Systems of Care: Their Impact on the Head Injury System. Fifth Annual New York Head Injury Statewide Conference, Albany, New York, 1987. (Keynote Address: (With Larry Cervelli).

77.       A Community Re-adaptation: Fact or Fiction Accessing Community Services in Support of Head Injured Adults. Fifth Annual New York Head Injury Statewide Conference, Albany, New York, 1987. (With Larry Cervelli and William Haffey).

78.       Betty Clooney Foundation: Five-Year Plan. Sixth Annual Symposium of the Southern California Head Injury Foundation, 1987. With Douglas Harrington, Margo Baumgartner and Lawrence Baumgartner).

79.       Long-term Outcomes and Challenges Following Traumatic Head Injury. Keynote Address, Fifth Annual Kansas Head Injury Association Statewide Conference, Topeka, Kansas, 1987.

80.       Daily Problem Solving and Behavior Management Following Head Injury. Fifth Annual Kansas Head Injury Association Statewide Conference, Topeka, Kansas, 1987.

81.       Looking Ahead to the Challenge: An Open Forum for Questions and Answers. Fifth Annual Kansas Head Injury Association Statewide Conference, Topeka, Kansas, 1987. (With Bill Blackerby, Jeanne Fryer, Andrea Ramsay and Janet Williams).

82.       Adult Head Injury. Public Issues - Private Sorrows Conference, University of Southern California and Los Angeles Resource Center, Los Angeles, California, 1987.

83.       Adult Community Integration. National Invitational Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury Research, U.S. Department of Education: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services - National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, 1987.

84.       Research Applications in Rehabilitation. Insurance Rehabilitation Study Group Invited Conference, Newport Beach, California, 1987. (With Ronald Ruff).

85.       Family Training Following Head Injury. Sixth Annual Southwest Traumatic Head Injury Symposium, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, 1988.

86.       Brain Injury and Aggression. Second Symposium on Violence and Aggression, Saskatoon, Canada, 1988.

87.       Assessment and Treatment of the Aggressive Brain Injured Patient. Second Symposium on Violence and Aggression, Saskatoon, Canada, 1988. (With Frank Benson and Lillian Thorpe).

88.       Family Outcomes. Northern California Head Injury Foundation Symposium. Concord, California, 1988.

89.       Rights and Responsibilities Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Colorado Head Injury Foundation Symposium, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1988.  

90.       Yes, Behavior Analysis Can Help, But Do You Know How To Harness It? Colorado Head Injury Foundation Symposium, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1988.  

91.       From Family Systems to Family Outcomes. Cognitive Rehabilitation: Community Integration Through Scientifically Based Practice (2nd Annual Conference), Richmond, Virginia, 1988. (With Craig Muir).

92.       Behavior Disorders in Rehabilitation. Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 1988.

93.       Practical and Applied Research Strategies in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Seventh Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988.

94.       Research in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Eighth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1989. 

95.       Foundations for Functional Outcomes. Seventh Annual Southwest Head Injury Symposium, Park City, Utah, 1989.

96.       Needs of the Head Injured, II - In the Community. Trauma: Head Injuries and Rehabilitation, County of Riverside Department of Mental Health, Riverside, California, 1989.

97.       Functional Outcomes for Patients and Families. Twelfth Annual Head Trauma Conference, From Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1989.

98.       Practical Strategies for Families: Long Term Advocacy Issues. Twelfth Annual Head Trauma Conference, From Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1989.

99.       Identifying Post-Traumatic Behavior Problems: Data From Psychosocial Follow-up Studies. Invitational Seminar on the Management of Behavioral Sequelae Of Traumatic Brain Injury, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Community Integration of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury and National Head Injury Foundation, Inc. Arlington, Virginia, 1989.

100.    What Does Research Tell Us? Northern California Head Injury Foundation Symposium. Concord, California, 1989.

101.    Rights and Responsibilities. Southern California Head Injury Foundation Symposium. Northridge, California, 1989.

102.    Behavior Analysis and Brain Injury. Invited Pre-Symposium Workshop, Eighth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1989.

103.    Who’s Brain Injury is it Anyway? Invited Keynote Address, Ninth Annual Connecticut Traumatic Brain Injury Association Conference, Trumbull, Connecticut, 1990.

104.    TBI: Developing Affordable, Community-Based Alternatives. Invited Workshop, National Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Chicago, Illinois, 1990. (With Stephen Vander Schaaf and Al Condeluci).

105.    Who’s Behavior Is Disordered? An Issue of Perspective. Invited Address, First Annual Neuro-Rehabilitation Symposium, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, 1990.

106.    Projecting Programming Needs and Costs for Life-Long Living. Invited Pre-Symposium Workshop, Ninth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1990. (With Jan Roughan).

107.    What is Lifelong Living? Invited Address, Ninth Annual National Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1990. 

108.    Long Term Issues in TBI. Invited Presentation, Fourteenth Annual Conference on Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1991.

109.    Job Seeking Skills for Return to Competitive Community Employment. Invited Presentation, Fourteenth Annual Conference Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1991.

110.    Prognosis Issues in Vocational Planning and Services. Invited Panel, Fourth Annual RCEP Region IX Regional Training Conference: Addressing Vocational Issues Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Sacramento, California, 1991. (With Sheldon Berrol and Ronald Ruff).

 111.    Compensatory Strategies: How to Build on Client’s Strengths: The Job Finding Club. Invited Address, Fourth Annual RCEP Region IX Regional Training Conference: Addressing Vocational Issues Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Sacramento, California, 1991. 

112.    Lifelong Care: Who Takes Charge? Invited Panel, Tenth Annual Symposium of the Southern California Head Injury Foundation, Long Beach, California, 1991. (With Jeanne Lobb and Cathy DeMello).

113.    What is Lifelong Living? Invited Workshop, Twelfth Annual Braintree Hospital Traumatic Head Injury Conference, Braintree, Massachusetts, 1991.

114.    Getting a Job: A Program for Return to Competitive Community Employment. Invited Lecture, Twelfth Annual Braintree Hospital Traumatic Head Injury Conference, Braintree, Massachusetts, 1991.

115.    Behavioral and Team Systems Interventions in the Management of the Challenging Client. Invited Presentation, ACRM / APM&R Annual Congress, Washington, D.C., 1991. (With Nathan Zasler, Mark Ylvisaker, Ellen Lehr, and Jeffrey Kreutzer).

116.    TBI and the Law: Behavioral Issues that Come to the Attention of the Court. Invited Presentation, Fifteenth Annual Conference Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1992. (With Richard Alexander).

117.    Getting a Job. Invited Presentation, Fifteenth Annual Conference Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Coma to Community, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1992.

118.    Does Work Work? Invited Presentation, Head Injury Family Network, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1992.

119.    How Efficacious is Rehabilitation with a Neurobehavioral Basis? Keynote Address, Ontario Head Injury Association, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, 1992.

120.    Introduction to Job Seeking Skills Module. Invited Workshop, Ontario Head Injury Association, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, 1992.

121.    Pediatric Neurorehabilitation. Invited Workshop, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1992.

122.    Behavior Analysis and Programming in Rehabilitation. Invited Address, Community Rehabilitation Services of Annapolis, 1992.

123.    Neurobehavioral Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, Centre de Readaptation, 2nd International Congress on Objective Assessment in Rehabilitation Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1992.

124.    How Limitations of Treatment and Families Affect Long Term Outcome. Invited Presentation, Disabled Housing Trust International Conference, Community Re-Integration After Traumatic Brain Injury, London, England, 1992.

125.    Managing Cognitive and Behavioral Problems Following Head Injury. Private Workshop, National Rehabilitation Services, Sarasota, Florida, 1993. (With Barbara A. Wilson and McKay Moore Sohlberg).

126.    Vocational Rehabilitation and Acquired Brain Injury: Strategies for Attaining Successful Employment Outcomes. Private Workshop, National Rehabilitation Services, Orlando, Florida, 1993. (With Michael McCue).

127.    Life After Rehabilitation. Invited Address, Delaware Head Injury Foundation Annual Conference, Wilmington, Delaware, 1993.

128.    Ritualistic Rehabilitation! Invited Workshop, Fourteenth Annual Braintree Hospital Traumatic Head Injury Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 1993.

129.    Behavior and Cognition—Cognition and Behavior; Chicken and Egg—Egg and Chicken; Who’s on First Anyways! Invited Address, Seventh Annual Cognitive Rehabilitation: Community Integration After Brain Injury Conference, Medical College of Virginia, Washington, D.C., 1993.

130.    Teaching Job Seeking Skills Through Role Play and Consumer Oriented Assessment Techniques. Invited Workshop, Seventh Annual Cognitive Rehabilitation: Community Integration After Brain Injury Conference, Medical College of Virginia, Washington, D.C., 1993.

131.    Community Outcomes: The Clubhouse Concept. Invited Address, Keystone State Head Injury Foundation, White Haven, Pennsylvania, 1993.

132.    Behavioral Challenges and Family Systems. Invited Sub-Plenary Presentation, National Head Injury Foundation Annual Symposium, Orlando, Florida, 1993. (With Carolyn Roccico).

133.    The Job Finding Club and Return to Competitive Community Employment. Symposium, National Head Injury Foundation Annual Symposium, Orlando, Florida, 1993. 

134.    Neurobehavioral Programming Following Brain Injury: Behavioral and Neuro-Medical Interventions. Private Workshop, National Rehabilitation Services, Chicago, Illinois, 1993. (With Gregory O’Shanick).

135.    Return to Community, From M.D. to ME!: TBI Clubhouse Programming. Invited Workshop, New York State Department of Health, Syracuse, New York, 1994. (With Cathy DeMello).

136.    Etiology and Management of Aggressive Behavior in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, Tampa General Hospital Conference, Traumatic Brain Injury: Meeting the Clinical Challenges, Tampa, Florida, 1994.

137.    Behavior Dysfunction and Brain Injury: Relations, Not Causes. Invited Address, New Jersey Head Injury Foundation, New Jersey, 1994.

138.    Introduction to Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation. Invited Address, Chedoke McMaster Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1994.

139.    Teology and Brain Injury. Association for Behavior Analysis, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994.

140.    Ecological Perspectives of Behavior Following Brain Injury. Keynote Address, Texas Head Injury Association, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994.

141.    That Dog Won’t Hunt! Removing Theoretical Bigotry From Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Invited Address, Texas Head Injury Association, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994.

142.    Job Seeking Skills and Competitive Community Employment. Invited Workshop, Texas Head Injury Association, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994.

143.    Myths About Behavior Disorders Following Brain Injury. Invited Address, Improving Vocational Outcomes for Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury, State of Alabama, Department of Education, Birmingham, Alabama, 1994.

144.    Teaching Job Skills to Find Competitive Community Employment. Invited Workshop, Improving Vocational Outcomes for Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury, State of Alabama, Department of Education, Birmingham, Alabama, 1994.

145.    Ecological Perspective of Neurobehavioral Dysfunction. Invited Address, Advances in Developmental Disabilities Conference: Traumatic Brain Injury, Children’s Seashore House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1994.

146.    Who Needs Behavior Disorders? Invited Address, California Head Injury Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 1994.

147.    Life After Head Injury and Other Oxymorons. Invited Workshop, California Head Injury Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 1994.

148.    The Myth of Behavioral Disorders Following Brain Injury. Invited Address, A Journey Toward Independence, Northern Virginia Head Injury Foundation, Alexandria, Virginia, 1994.

149.    Neurobehavioral and Neuro-Medical Interventions Following Brain Injury. Invited Plenary Session, Thirteenth Annual National Symposium: National Head Injury Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 1994. (With Gregory O’Shanick).

150.    Lifelong Living After TBI. Invited Address, CAMHADD International Conference on Understanding, Treatment and Prevention of Brain Injury due to Neurotrauma, Bangalore, India, 1994.

151.    Disordered Behavior Disorders. Invited Address, Challenges, Solutions and New Directions: Georgia Division of Rehabilitation Services Annual TBI Symposium. Atlanta, Georgia, 1995.

152.    Behavior Dysfunction and Brain Injury. Private Three Day Province Wide Workshop, Sponsored by Peel and Halton Community Access Services, Inc., Ontario, Canada, 1995.

153.    The Clubhouse Model. Invited Address, Chedoke McMaster  Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1995.

154.    The Clubhouse Model for Social Integration. Invited Address, WCBI 1995 - First World Congress on Brain Injury, Danish Brain Injury Association, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1995.

155.    Overcoming Barriers to Integrating Applied Behavior Analysis in Rehabilitation for People with Brain Injury. Association for Behavior Analysis, 21st Annual Convention, Washington, .C., 1995. (With John R. Davis, Martin J. McMorrow, Ali Uzunoz, Michael D. Weslowski, and Joanne C. Davis-Zulik).

156.    The Clubhouse Consumer-Community Model. Ninth Annual Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1995. (With Cathy DeMello).

157.    A Perspective on Quality of Life for the Survivor with TBI, The “Nuts and Bolts” of Establishing a Clubhouse Model Program. Keynote Address, Washington State Head Injury Foundation, Thirteenth Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, 1995.

158.    Quality of Life in the Community: A Perspective on the Clubhouse Model. Keynote Address, Washington State Head Injury Foundation, Thirteenth Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, 1995.

159.    Consumer Directed Programming. Brain Injury Association, Fourteenth Annual National Symposium, San Diego, California, 1995. (With Cathy DeMello).

160.    Mind Your Behavior: Behavior Analysis and Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Pro-Seminar, Department of Human Development,   University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1996.

161.    Relationships! Keynote Address, West Virginia Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Charleston, West Virginia, 1996. (With Andrea Bogden).

162.    Promoting Personal Sufficiency Through the Clubhouse Model. Invited Address, West Virginia Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Charleston, West Virginia, 1996.

163.    Rehabilitation is Not Enough: Life with Brain Injury. Keynote Address, Practical Issues in Brain Injury Rehabilitation: An Educational Conference for Professionals, Brain Injury Association of Florida, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 1996.

164.    The Clubhouse as a Model for Psychosocial and Community Based Support. Invited Address, Practical Issues in Brain Injury Rehabilitation:  An Educational Conference for Professionals, Brain Injury Association of Florida, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 1996.

165.    Dysfunctional Behavior Related to Brain Injury. Practical Issues in Brain Injury Rehabilitation: An Educational Conference for Professionals, Brain Injury Association of Florida, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 1996.

166.    Getting Individuals With Brain Injuries Released From State Hospitals. Conference Round Table, National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems Conference, Washington, D.C., 1996. (With Jane Hudson, David Imre and Andrew Penn).

167.    Reducing Handicap Following Brain Injury Through the Clubhouse. Keynote Address, Interventions. Mayo Medical Center, Rochester Minnesota, 1996.

168.    Teaching Staff How to Behave in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Invited Address, Community Reintegration After Brain Injury: Issues and Interventions. Mayo Medical Center, Rochester Minnesota,1996.

169.    Behavioral Dysfunction and Brain Injury: Principles and Assessment. Invited Workshop, Neurorehabilitation Conference: Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke. Braintree Hospital Rehabilitation Network, Boston, Massachusetts, 1996.

170.    Behavioral Dysfunction and Brain Injury: Procedures and Efficacy. Invited Workshop, Neurorehabilitation Conference: Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke. Braintree Hospital Rehabilitation Network, Boston, Massachusetts, 1996.

171.    The Clubhouse Concept and Long Term Community Support. 15th Annual National Symposium. The Brain Injury Association, Dallas, Texas, 1996. (With Cathy DeMello and Clubhouse Members).

172.    TBI Clubhouse Coordinating Meeting. 15th Annual National Symposium. The Brain Injury Association, Dallas, Texas, 1996. (With Cathy DeMello and Clubhouse members).

173.    Iatrogenic Outcomes in Rehabilitation Programming. Professional Rehabilitation Association Conference, Long Island, NY, 1996.

174.    The Voluntary Involuntary Client. Invited Workshop, Ontario March of Dimes, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, 1997.

175.    Recreational and Vocational Opportunities at the Clubhouse. 7th Conference, Head Trauma Family Network, West Chester, PA, 1997. (With Clubhouse members).

176.    What is Community? Keynote Address, The Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, Ninth Annual Wisconsin Conference on Brain Injury. Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1997.

177.    The Clubhouse in the Community. Invited Presentation, The Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, Ninth Annual Wisconsin Conference on Brain Injury. Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1997.

178.    Behavioral Disturbances. Invited Course, JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, Ninth Annual Conference on Rebuilding Shattered Lives: Neurorehabilitation of Acquired Brain Injury, Edison, New Jersey, 1997.

179.    Caution, Rehabilitation Can be Iatrogenic! Invited Presentation, National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector (NARPPS) Ninth Annual Conference. Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1997.

180.    And Then There’s That Behavior (Again). Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Colorado Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado, 1997.

181.    The Clubhouse: Consumer Directed and Community Based Supports. Invited Workshop Brain Injury Association of Colorado Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado, 1997.

182.    Behavioral Management and TBI: Pathways to Progress. Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Utah Family and Professional Conference, Park City, Utah, 1997.

183.    More on Behavioral Management. Invited Session, Brain Injury Association of Utah Family and Professional Conference, Park City, Utah, 1997.

184.    The Clubhouse Model: Consumer Directed Community Supports. Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Illinois, Lisle, Illinois, 1997.

185.    The Clubhouse Model. Sixteenth Annual Brain Injury Association National Symposium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1997 (With Joan Crawford, Lisa Goldman, Rita Yohalen, and Karen Thayer).

186.    Get a Life! Invited Address, Iowa Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1998.

187.    Don’t Mind My Behavior. Invited Address, Iowa Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1998.

188.    Consumer Supported Programming. Invited Address, Maryland Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, 1998.

189.    Modifying Behavior Dysfunction of Persons with Brain Injury. Invited Address, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Multidisciplinary Brain Injury Course: Behavioral Issues in Brain Injury, Chicago, Illinois, 1998.

190.    Iatrogenic Treatment. John Young Lecture, Craig Rehabilitation Hospital, Denver, Colorado, 1998.

191.    Basics of Clubhouse Development. The Brain Injury Association: 17th Annual Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1998.

192.    Applied Behavior Analysis in Neurorehabilitation: Beyond Frequency Counts. The Brain Injury Association: 17th Annual Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1998. (With Michael Mozzoni).

193.    Environmental Correlates of Behavior Dysfunction. Invited Address, 19th Annual Neurorehabilitation Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke, HEALTHSOUTH Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1998.

194.    Barriers to Meeting Needs After a Traumatic Brain Injury. Keynote Address, Restoring   Life’s Quality: Outcomes of Brain Injury Conference. Brain Injury Association of Washington, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington, 1999.

195.    The Clubhouse: A Model Program for Community Integration and Work Preparedness. Invited Workshop, Restoring Life’s Quality: Outcomes of Brain Injury Conference. Brain Injury Association of Washington, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington, 1999.

196.    Social and Behavioral Iatrogenesis in Rehabilitation Service Delivery. Invited Address, Vejlefjord International Conference: Brain Injury Rehabilitation—Visions for the 21st Century. Vejlefjord Centre for Development and Rehabilitation, Vejlefjord, Denmark, 2000.

197.    The Clubhouse as a Model of Consumer Directed Programming. Invited Workshop, Vejlefjord International Conference: Brain Injury Rehabilitation—Visions for the 21st Century. Vejlefjord Centre for Development and Rehabilitation, Vejlefjord, Denmark, 2000.

198.    Teaching Job Seeking Skills to People with Learning Challenges. Invited Workshop, Department of Rehabilitative Services: Summer Institute 2000. Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, Fishersville, Virginia, 2000.

199.    Who’s Behavior is Disordered? Invited Address, Inova Rehabilitation Center. Inova Mount Vernon Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, 2000.

200.    Consumer Self-Determination Shouldn’t be About Disability. Invited Workshop, West Virginia Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Conference, Life Skills for a New Millennium: The Experts Are In, Charleston, West Virginia, 2000.

201.    Treatment Planning and Long Term Outcome Following Severe Brain Dysfunction: A Case Study. Invited Address, West Virginia Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Conference, Life Skills for a New Millennium: The Experts Are In. Charleston, West Virginia, 2000.

202.    Challenging Behaviors. Invited Address, Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services Life Skills Trainer Program. Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, Richmond, Virginia, 2000.

203.    The Clubhouse Model of Service Delivery. Invited Plenary, Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference and the Canadian Brain Injury Coalition—The National Conference on Brain Injury 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2000.

204.    Behaviour Dysfunction in Treatment Programming and How it Affects People Who Experience Disability Following Brain Injury. Invited Address, Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference and the Canadian Brain Injury Coalition—The National Conference on Brain Injury 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2000.

205.    Behavior Management of Aggressive Sequela Following Reyes’ Syndrome. Grand Rounds, Carillon Medical Center, Roanoke, Virginia, 2001.

206.    Who’s Behavior is Disordered? Keynote Address, Carillon Health System Social Work Conference, Roanoke, Virginia, 2001.

207.    More on Behavior Dysfunction. Invited Workshop, Carillon Health System Social Work Conference, Roanoke, Virginia, 2001.

208.    Behavioral Challenges Following Brain Injury: People and Programs. Invited Address, Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center Conference Series, Fishersville, Virginia, 2001.

209.    Behavior Management and Behavior Analysis. Invited Session, The Brain Injury Association’s Building Blocks of Change 20th Annual Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, 2001. (With Steve Bruce and Lisa Selznick).

210.    Practical Behavioral Programming: Ages, Stages and Outrages! Invited Address, The Brain Injury Association’s Building Blocks of Change 20th Annual Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, 2001.

211.    Community Life Following Brain Injury. Invited Address, North Carolina Brain Injury Association: Brainstorm 2002, Greensboro, North Carolina, 2002.

 212.   Assessing and Treating Neurobehavioral Problems:  Balancing the Right to Effective Treatment with Ethical Considerations. The Brain Injury Association of America, Widening the Circle: Constituencies, Collaborators and Communities, 21st Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002. (With Terry Page, Ronald Savage, Gary Pace, Erin Dunn and Daniel Keating).

213.    Effective Neurorehabilitation Programming. The Brain Injury Association of America, Widening the Circle: Constituencies, Collaborators and Communities, 21st Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002. (With Ronald  Savage).

214.    ABI Clubhouses:  15 Years Later. The Brain Injury Association of America, Widening the Circle: Constituencies, Collaborators and Communities, 21st Annual Conference,   Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002. (With Cynthia C. Johnson and Deborah  Delorme).

215.    Positive Supports to Behavior. Invited Address, The Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Annual Conference, Richmond, Virginia, 2002.

216.    Positive Community Supports:  The Clubhouse Model.   Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of North Carolina and Brain Injury Alliance of South Carolina, Brainstorm 2003: Moving Forward, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 2003.

217.    Positive Supports to Behavior: It’s NEVER Just the Brain Injury. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of North Carolina and Brain Injury Alliance of South Carolina, Brainstorm 2003: Moving Forward, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 2003.

218.    Functional Humanistic Approaches to Living. Invited Address, Bethesda Rehabilitation Hospital: Fourth Annual Managing Challenging Situations in Brain Injury Care, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, 2003.

219.    Positive Community Supports: Clubhouses and Other Models of Productive and Gainful Activity. Invited Workshop, Bethesda Rehabilitation Hospital: Fourth Annual Managing Challenging Situations in Brain Injury Care, Brooklyn Park, MN, 2003.

220.    Positive Behavioral Supports. Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 2003.

221.    Supporting Positive Behavior: Yes, You Can Teach Old Behavior Management Strategies New Approaches. Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Colorado 21st Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado, 2003.

222.    Advances in Behavioral Treatment of Brain Injury. Invited Address, 9th Annual California Brain Injury Medical and Legal Conference, Napa, California, 2003.

223.    Behavioral Management Following Acquired Brain Injury: Theory, Principles and Applications. Invited Full Day Workshop, MeritCare Pediatric Neuroscience Conference, Fargo, North Dakota, 2004.

224.    Behavior May be Dysfunction, but Never Disordered. Invited Address, 3rd Annual Brain Injury Conference, Overcoming Communication and Behavioral Barriers in Acquired Brain Injury, Fargo, North Dakota, 2004.

225.    Stop Treating the Brain Injured! Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 2004.

226.    Stop Treating the Brain Injured! Positive Supports to Behavior. Invited Address, Sarnia-Lambton Brain Injury Association Conference: Behavioral Bias and Brain Injury, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, 2005.

227.    Behavior May Be Dysfunctional, But Never Disordered: Proactive Programming and Positive Behavioral Supports. Invited Workshop, Dale Services, London, Ontario, Canada, 2005.

228.    Person-Centered Services. Statewide Teleconference, University of Idaho, Boise, Idaho, 2005.

229.    Person-Centered Services: Positive Supports to Behavior. Keynote Address, 2005 Williamsburg Conference: Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Brain Injury – Practical Solutions to Real World Problems, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2005.

230.    Comprehensive Factors Involving Traumatic Brain Injury: From Onset Through Community Supports. Intensive two-day workshop for program auditors in the State of Kansas, Wichita, Kansas, 2005.

231.    What is Brain Injury: Mechanisms and Effects. Part of a six-site training program throughout Virginia with the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work VISTA Program, 2005.

232.    Positive Supports to Behavior. Part of a six-site training program throughout Virginia with the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work VISTA Program, 2005.

233.    When Behavior Programs Cause Behavior Problems: Legal and Clinical Ramifications. 2005 North American Brain Injury Society Medical-Legal Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, 2005.

234.    Behavior May Be Dysfunctional, But Never Disordered. Collaborations Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 2005.

235.    Stop Treating the Brain Injured! Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 2005.

236.    Managing Severe Behavior Problems: Challenges and Resolutions Through Positive Community Support. Invited Address and Workshop, Programme Regional D’Expertise  Multidisciplinaire En Trouble Grave du Comportement (PREM-TGC), Fourth AnnualTraumatic Brain Injury Conference, Montreal. Quebec, Canada, 2006.

237.    Why Behavior Programs Can Cause Behavior Problems. Invited Address and Workshop, Programme Regional D’Expertise Multidisciplinary En Trouble Grave du Comportement (PREM-TGC), Fourth Annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Montreal. Quebec, Canada, 2006.

238.    Case Studies in Brain Injury. Invited Address and Workshop, Programme Regional D’Expertise Multidisciplinaire En Trouble Grave du Comportement (PREM-TGC), Fourth Annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Montreal. Quebec, Canada, 2006.

239.    So, What About Behavior? Invited Full Day Presentation, Transcending Brain Injury, Fifth Annual Brain Injury Conference of Southwest Virginia, Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Roanoke, VA, 2006.

240.    How Behavior Programs Can Cause Behavior Problems. Invited Address, 2006 Williamsburg Conference: Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Brain Injury – Practical Solutions to Real World Problems, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2006.

241.    Reducing Restraint and Seclusion of Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Webcast, U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources, Maternal and Child Health Division, Rockville, MD, 2006. (With Marty McMorrow, M.S. and Jane Hudson, J.D.) http://www.mchcom.com/archivedWebcastDetailNewInterface.asp?aeid=385

242.    Behavior and Relationships. Invited Address, 2006 North American Brain Injury Society, Miami, FL, 2006.

243.    TBI and Behavior in Community Settings. Invited Workshop, 2006 State of Connecticut Brain Injury Conference: Addressing the Complexities of Brain Injury: Implications of Identification, Intervention, and Outcomes Across the Lifespan, Rocky Hill, Connecticut, 2006.

244.    Demystifying Behavior After Brain Injury. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 2006.

245.    Functional Behavior Dysfunction After Brain Injury. Invited Workshop, Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 2007.

246.    Ecological Assessment of Behavior and Brain Injury. Invited Workshop, Competent Community Practices: Okanagan Conference on Brain Injury, Naramata, B.C., Canada, 2007.

247.    Keeping it Real – Person Centered Support and Challenging Behaviors. Invited Address, Competent Community Practices: Okanagan Conference on Brain Injury, Naramata, B.C., Canada, 2007.

248.    Creating Opportunity from Challenge. Invited Address, 2007 Williamsburg Conference: Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Brain Injury – Practical Solutions to Real World Problems, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2007.

249.    Positive Supports to Behavior. Invited Full Day Workshop, 2007 Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association Annual Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

250.    Behavioral Aspects of TBI. Invited Address, 2007 North American Brain Injury Society, San Antonio, Texas 2007.

251.    Pediatric TBI. Invited Workshop, 2007 North American Brain Injury Society, San Antonio, Texas 2007 (with Marilyn Lash, William Singer, and Roberta DiPompei).

252.    Seeking the 95% Solution: Where are the Services and Supports for Most People Following Brain Injury?  Organizer and Moderator for Invited Panel iscussion, 2007 North American Brain Injury Society, San Antonio, Texas, 2007 (with Michael Davis, William Ditto and Janet Williams).

253.    Behavior Management for Children and Adults with TBI. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2007

254.    Don’t “Don’t”™:  Supporting Everybody’s Behavioral Competence! Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, 2008.

255.    Challenging Behaviors Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, Hattie             Larlham Research Institute, Akron, Ohio, 2008.

256.    Reciprocal Relationships and Behavior. Invited Address, 2008 Williamsburg Conference: Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Brain Injury – Practical Solutions to Real World Problems, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2008.

257.    Managing Behavioral and Emotional Difficulties in the Home. Invited Address, The National TBI Caregivers Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2008.

258.    Intensive Services: From Emergency Department to Community. Invited Address, 19th Annual State of the States in Head Injury Conference: Revolutionizing Systems of Care: Leading the Way, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2008. (With Tim Feeney).

259.    DON’T “DON’T”™: Social Reciprocity, Behavior and ABI. Invited Workshop, 19th Annual State of the States in Head Injury Conference: Revolutionizing Systems of Care: Leading the Way, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2008.

260.    Positive Behavioral Supports: What’s Right with This Picture? Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Ohio 27th Annual Conference, Homeland of Hope: Connecting Mind, Body, Soul, Columbus, Ohio, 2008.

261.    TBI Clubhouse Movement – Roundtable Discussion. Invited Workshop, Brain Injury Association of Ohio 27th Annual Conference, Homeland of Hope: Connecting Mind, Body, Soul, Columbus, Ohio, 2008.

262.    Interactional Dynamics, Behavior, and ABI. Invited Workshop, Sixth Annual Conference on Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2008. (With Martin McMorrow). 

263.    Behavioral Aspects of TBI. Invited Address, 21st Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2008.

264.    Understanding Contributions to Behaviour Dysfunction Involving Brain Injury. Invited         Address, 2nd Annual Conference, A New Sense of Self: Trust-Ed, Nottingham, England, 2008.

265.    Managing Behavioral Challenges Following Brain Injury. Invited full day Workshop,          Brain Injury Association of Oregon, Portland, Oregon, 2009. 

266.    Managing Challenging Behaviors. Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Oregon:          Living With Brain Injury: Identifying the Problems – Finding Solutions, Portland, Oregon, 2009.

267.    The ABI Clubhouse. Invited Presentation, Brain Injury Association of Oregon: Living With Brain Injury: Identifying the Problems – Finding Solutions, Portland, Oregon, 2009.

268.    Behavioral Challenges Inside and Outside the Classroom. Invited Workshop, Brain Injury Association of Colorado: The Journey Continues – TBI Educational Strategies: A 21st Century Interactive Seminar, Denver, Colorado, 2009. (With Roberta DePompei).

269.    Behavioral Effects and Functional Correlates Following Brain Injury. Invited Address, 22nd Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, Austin, Texas, 2009.

270.    Don’t “Don’t!”TM: Challenging Behavioral Challenges. Keynote Address, 4th Annual Nebraska Brain Injury Conference, Brain Injury Association of Nebraska, Grand Island Nebraska, 2010.

271.    Clubhouse Model. Invited Address, 4th Annual Nebraska Brain Injury Conference, Brain Injury Association of Nebraska, Grand Island Nebraska, 2010.

272.    Don’t “Don’t!”TM: Understanding Almost Everybody’s Behavior After Brain Injury. Keynote Address, 25th Annual Western Michigan Brain Injury Network Symposium, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2010.

273.    The ABI Clubhouse. Keynote Address, 25th Annual Western Michigan Brain Injury Network Symposium, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2010.

274.    ABI Clubhouses. Invited Address, The Alaska Brain Injury Conference, Alaska Brain Injury Network and North American Brain Injury Society, Anchorage, Alaska, 2010.

275.    Don’t “Don’t!”TM: Creating Opportunity From Challenge Invited Address, The Alaska Brain Injury Conference, Alaska Brain Injury Network and North American Brain Injury Society, Anchorage, Alaska, 2010.

276.    Behavioral Challenges Discussion. Invited Address, The Alaska Brain Injury Conference, Alaska Brain Injury Network and North American Brain Injury Society, Anchorage, Alaska, 2010. (With Randy Moss).

277.    TBI - Behavioral Implications Impacting Outcome. Invited Address, International Conference on Life Care Planning, Orlando, Florida, 2010.

278.    Neurobehavioral Challenges and Proactive Supports. Invited Address, Brain Injury Partnerships 2010: NASHIA and NABIS in the Twin Cities, National Association of State Head Injury Administrators and North American Brain Injury Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2010.

279.    Behavioral Effects. Invited Address, 23rd Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2010.

280.    The Behavioral Symptoms of TBI: The Missing Piece. Invited Address. American Association of Justice Traumatic Brain Injury Seminar, Atlanta, Georgia, 2011.

281.    Don’t “Don’t!”TM: Understanding Almost Everybody’s Behavior After Brain Injury. Keynote Address, Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island Annual Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, 2011.

282.    ABI Clubhouses. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island Annual Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, 2011.

283.    Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, Achieving Recovery in Mental Health Conference, Southwestern Virginia Mental Health Institute, Marion, Virginia, 2011.

284.    About Behavior. Invited Address, Ninth Annual Conference on Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2011.

285.    Behavioral Aspects of TBI. Invited Address, 24th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2011.

286.    Mind and Matter: Brain Injury and Behavior Analysis. Invited Address, The 31st Annual Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Daytona Beach, Florida, 2011.

287.    Brain Injury Services in the Community. Invited Panel, The 31st Annual Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Daytona Beach, Florida, 2011. With Christinia Dillahung-Aspillaga, Robert Sweet and Wendy Waldman).

288.    More on Brain Injury and Behavior. Invited Workshop, The 31st Annual Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Daytona Beach, Florida, 2011.

289.    Neurobehavioral Disorders: A Contemporary Approach to Assessment and Treatment. Invited Address, 2012 Brain Injury Summit: A Meeting of the Minds, Craig Hospital, Beaver Creek, Colorado, 2012.

290.    Transforming Cultures of Lifelong Living for Persons with Brain Injury. Invited Session, 2012 Brain Injury Summit: A Meeting of the Minds, Craig Hospital, Beaver Creek, Colorado, 2012. (With David Krych, MS, CCC-SLP and David Seaton), 2012.

291.    Understanding Everybody’s Behavior. Keynote Address, 2012 Mind Matters Brain Injury Conference, Head Injury Association of North Dakota, 2012.

292.    Why All of the Attention About Behavior? Keynote Address, Navigating Brain Injury: Best Practices for a Complex Landscape, Brain Injury Association of Iowa, 2012.

293.    Interpreting Behavior.   Invited Address, Navigating Brain Injury: Best Practices for a Complex Landscape, Brain Injury Association of Iowa, 2012.

294.    Community Gestalt.   Keynote Address, Navigating Brain Injury: Best Practices for a Complex Landscape, Brain Injury Association of Iowa, 2012.

295.    Brain Injury and Challenging Behaviors. Invited Address, We Walk Together, Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services Federal Traumatic Brain Injury Grant Conference, 2012.

296.    Context! Invited Address, Tenth Annual Conference on Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, Miami, Florida, 2012.

297.    Behavioral Aspects of TBI.  Invited Address, 25th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, Miami, Florida, 2012.

298.    Compelling Models of Community Integration and Lifelong Living. Invited Address, Craig Hospital, Englewood, Colorado, 2012.

299.    “Thinking” About Behavior Analysis and Brain Injury. Invited Address, 15th Annual Conference, Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, Tennessee, 2012.

300.    Multiple Perspectives to Understanding Behavior and Brain Injury.  Invited Address, Psychosocial & Behavioral Issues After Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) & Stroke, JFK Medical Center, Edison, New Jersey, 2012.

301.    Don’t “Don’t!”®: People, Context and Behavior.  Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Virginia 12th Annual Conference. Openings Doors: Communities, Partnerships, Opportunities, Richmond, Virginia.  2013.

302.    Using Life Care Planners and Life Expectancy Statistics in Your Brain Injury Litigation Strategy and Presentation of Damages.  Invited Presentation, American Conference Institute’s 2nd Annual Summit for Med Mal and Other Personal Leaders on Brain Injury Claims and Litigation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (With Dianne Simmons-Grab, David Patterson, MD, Steven R. Flanagan, MD).  2013.

303.    Removing Shame from Behaviour.  Invited Address, Innovative Strategies for Issues Complicating Brain Injury:  20th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  2013.

304.    99 Questions About Life, Love and Behaviour.  Invited Address, Innovative Strategies for Issues Complicating Brain Injury:  20th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  2013.

305.    Building a Recovery Attitude by Voicing our Experiences Every Day.  Invited Address, Innovative Strategies for Issues Complicating Brain Injury:  20th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  2013.

306.    Using a Life Care Planner.  Invited Presentation, 26th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.

307.    TBI, Dementia and Long Term Care – Essential Life Care Issues.  Invited Presentation, 27th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, San Francisco, CA, 2014.

308.    Understanding Everybody’s Behavior After Brain Injury.  Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Florida, Fruitland Park, FL, 2014.

309.   Life Care Planning for Brain Injury: An Evidenced Based Approach. Invited Address, Brain Injury Summit: A Meeting of the Minds, Craig Hospital, Vail, CO, 2015.

310.   Rehabilitation and Context are Interrelated. Invited Address, Brain Injury Summit: A Meeting of the Minds, Craig Hospital, Vail, CO, 2015.

311.   Behavioral Disorder and TBI: What Attorneys Need to Know. Invited Address, Brain Injury Summit: A Meeting of the Minds, Craig Hospital, Vail, CO, 2015.

312.   Beyond the Black Box: Acquired Brain Injury and Behavior Analysis. Invited Address, Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan, Ypsilanti, MI, 2015.

313    Life Care Planning and the ACA (Obamacare). Invited Presentation, 28th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, San Antonio, TX, 2015.

314.   Case Study – Severe TBI. Invited Presentation, 12th Annual Conference on Brain Injury, North American Brain Injury Society, San Antonio, TX, 2015. (With Alan Weintraub, David Arciniegas, Brent Mazel, David Seaton).

315.   Life Care Planning in Cases of Mild to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.  Invited Presentation, Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation: Best Practices for Best Outcomes, South Carolina Bar -- Continuing Legal Education Live Seminar, Columbia, SC, 2015.

316.  Brain Injury, Behavioral Neurology, and Behavior Analysis.  Invited Workshop, Melmark-New England Expert Speaker Series for Behavior Analysts, Andover, MA, 2016.

317.  Life Care Planning:  Why it's Important to Engage a Life Care Planner Early in the Case.  Invited Presentation, 29th Annuyal Conference on Legal Issues in Brain INjury, North American Brain Injury Society, Tampa, FL, 2016.

318.  An Introduction to Acquired Brain Injury:  What's a Behavior Analyst to Do?  Invited Address, Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis, Newport News, VA, 2016.

319.  Contextual Considerations Involving Acquired Brain Injury.  Invited Address, 31st Annual Western Michigan Brain Injury Network Symposium, Grand Rapids, MI, 2016.

320.  Holistic Consideratons -- 99 Questions.  Invited Address, 31st Annual Western Michigan Brain Injury Network Symposium, Grand Rapids, MI, 2016.

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