Driving Considerations for the individual with a TBI

Join us for an insightful webinar where Kimberly Gully, Executive Director of Rehab Without Walls in Southern California, will provide a comprehensive overview of the unique driving challenges faced by individuals with traumatic brain injuries. With over three decades of experience as a licensed speech pathologist and a wealth of expertise in brain injury rehabilitation, Kimberly will guide learners through the common cognitive and motor impairments associated with TBI, such as attention, memory, and coordination issues. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of standardized cognitive and motor assessments, learn about adaptive strategies and tools to compensate for these impairments, and discover valuable resources for spatial orientation training, visual therapy, and assistive technology. This session is essential for professionals looking to enhance their knowledge and support individuals with TBI in achieving safe and effective driving capabilities.
CEU: 1
Date Presented: Wednesday June 12th 2024
Presenter(s): Kimberly Gully – MS, CCC,CCM,CBIST
Bio: Kimberly Gully has been the Executive Director for Rehab Without Walls in Southern California for over 16 years. Kim has been a licensed speech pathologist for over 30 years and a Certified Case Manager for 10 years. She is the current President of the Medical Speech Language Pathology Council of California, is a past Board Member for the Brain Injury Association of California and California Speech & Hearing Association. She has been a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer through the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) since 2009. Kim runs the continuing education training program for the Rehab Without Walls division.