Intersection of Brain Injury and Cognitive Disabilities in the Juvenile Justice World (Live Replay)
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When: Friday, December 20, 2019
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM CT


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NE MCLE #183075, 3.0 CLE Hours. (Distance Learning)
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$195 - Regular Registration
$150 - NSBA voluntary dues-paying member
$0 - Law Student


This session will provide GALs and juvenile law attorneys with an understanding of brain development, explain the unique needs of juveniles with brain injury and cognitive disabilities and discuss the challenges and unique needs those juveniles have when they are also involved in the juvenile justice system.

This session will also provide GALs juvenile law attorneys with the means to recognize and manage brain injury and cognitive disabilities in juveniles; under-stand how brain injury and cognitive disabilities impact the cognitive development of juveniles; understand the differences and overlap between symptoms of brain injury, cognitive disabilities and mental illness; and identify alternative responses in meeting the unique needs of juveniles with brain injury and cognitive disabilities in the juvenile justice system.

Matthew Garlinghouse, PHD, Division of Neuropsychology, Department of Neurological Science
Peggy Reisher, MSW Executive Director Brain Injury Alliance
Joyful Stoves, Program Specialist for Communications, Eligibility and Resources NDHHS-Division of Developmental Disabilities

Originally recorded Thursday, September 6, 2018