Neuroplasticity: Changing the Brain Conference – October 2-3, 2017
Goals and Objectives:
Participants will develop a better understanding of Neuroplasticity and the brain’s ability to change its structure and improve its functions through the following curricular objects:
- A basic understanding of brain structure and functions.
- Case studies of individuals who have recovered or partially recovered from traumatic brain injury or brain birth defects.
- The role of abuse and neglect on the developing brain.
- Diverse brain functioning in individuals with a variety of disorders including: Learning Disorders, PTSD, eating disorders, and ADHD.
- Approaches to improving individual neuroplasticity (including neurofeedback) including evidence supporting the efficacy of these various approaches
A review of an MRI study documenting the changes made to brain structures of children participating in the Arrowsmith program.
We also have a block of rooms at the Sheraton Cavalier should you require accommodations. The phone number for the Sheraton is 306-652-6770.
Go here to register. www.ldas.org/conference-2017