UCCS HealthCircle TBI Info Session & Panel Discussion
UCCS HealthCircle TBI Info Session & Panel Discussion 3/20/17 UCCS Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs & HealthCircle Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic UCCS HealthCircle OVMSA & VHTC Introductions Liz Gerdeman, Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado Robin Wininger, The Defense and Veteran Brain Injury Center
Kristin Samuelson, UCCS Assistant Professor Lisa Barker, UCCS Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic Jorge Arredondo, State Veteran Service Officer Susan Holmes, Operation TBI Freedom Ida Dilwood, UCCS Disability Services UCCS HealthCircle What is a TBI? An alteration in brain function, or other evidence of brain pathology, caused by an external force (Menon et al., 2010, p.
1638; Common Data Elements for research on TBI and Psychological Health) UCCS HealthCircle Is a Concussion the same thing as a TBI? TBIs are described as Mild, Moderate, or Severe Most clinicians consider concussions to be very mild TBIs. Some use the terms concussion and mild TBI interchangeably. National TBI Statistics Children 0 to 4 years, older adolescents aged 15 to 19 years, and adults 65 years+ are most at risk Over 75% are mild TBI
Males are almost twice as likely to sustain a TBI as females Falls are the leading cause of TBIs in the United States (globally, motor vehicle accidents are #1) 15.50% 19.00% In 2010, 2.5 million TBIs occurred in the U.S. 10.70% Falls 40.50% Motor Vehicle Traffic Assault
Unknown/Other Struck By/Against 14.30% Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Analysis by CB Eagye and Gale Whiteneck, PhD, at Craig Hospital of the Colorado Lifetime TBI and Associated Outcomes Prevalence Study (1) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Prevalence of Self-Reported Lifetime History of Traumatic Brain Injury and Associated Disability: A Statewide Population-Based Survey. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E55-E62 and (2) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Risk of Negative Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Statewide Population-Based Survey, J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E43-E54 Analysis by CB Eagye and Gale Whiteneck, PhD, at Craig Hospital of the Colorado Lifetime TBI and Associated Outcomes Prevalence Study (1) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Prevalence of Self-Reported Lifetime History of Traumatic Brain Injury and Associated Disability: A Statewide Population-Based Survey. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E55-E62 and (2) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Risk of Negative Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Statewide Population-Based Survey, J Head Trauma Rehabil.
2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E43-E54 Analysis by CB Eagye and Gale Whiteneck, PhD, at Craig Hospital of the Colorado Lifetime TBI and Associated Outcomes Prevalence Study (1) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Prevalence of Self-Reported Lifetime History of Traumatic Brain Injury and Associated Disability: A Statewide Population-Based Survey. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E55-E62 and (2) Whiteneck G, Cuthbert J, Corrigan J, Bogner J. Risk of Negative Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Statewide Population-Based Survey, J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 Jan/Feb;31(1):E43-E54 Funds from surcharges on convictions of speeding tickets, DUI, DWAI, & the childrens helmet law CO Department of Human Services Education Grants Services
Case management for youth & adults with brain injury Specialized support & consultation about school-related issues for children/youth with brain injury Brain injury specific classes and workshops Trainings to community providers about brain injury and resources Research Grants
BIAColorado.org 303.355.9969 The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center the primary operational TBI component of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Robin Wininger, MS, CBIS Regional Education Coordinator [email protected] 719-526-8636 Serving Those Who Have Served These three pillars illustrate the many ways DVBIC supports Service members,
veterans, families and providers at our 16 network sites, which can be military treatment facilities, VA medical centers, or in community settings. Research Clinical Investigations Congressionally Mandated Studies Epidemiological Research Statistical Analysis Translation of Research Program Evaluation
Clinical Affairs Care & Consultation Identification & Sharing Best Practices Clinical Guidelines & Recommendations TBI Surveillance Regional Care Coordination TBI Health Outcomes Education Educational Tools & Resource Development
TBI Awareness & Training Product Distribution & Dissemination Family Caregiver Program Regional Education Coordination 12 Common mTBI Signs and Symptoms For most people, most concussion symptoms
resolve within days or weeks. Medically Ready ForceReady Medical Force 13 TBI and Co-morbid Conditions If youve seen one TBI, youve only seen one TBI Yesterdays Understanding Todays Understanding Source: Defense Health Agency 2015 DCoE Summit
Medically Ready ForceReady Medical Force 14 TBI Recovery Support Program Nationwide network of Recovery Support Specialists TBI expertise, resources and support for military and veterans Assists clients as they negotiate through complex systems of care Return to duty or transition to civilian life Eligibility: Service members (including National Guard
and reservists) or veterans who have sustained a TBI, their family members or caregivers The program provides: Support, education, advocacy, and advice Tracking of symptoms, monitoring of treatment compliance and outcomes Connection to TBI and psychological health services Up to 24 months follow-up care Medically Ready ForceReady Medical Force 15 UCCS HealthCircle
Treatments for TBI Initial Treatment depends on severity of injury. Post-acute treatment is best addressed in a multi-disciplinary setting (for moderately to severely injured individuals) Post-acute treatment of mild injuries is often symptom based. Presenter: Susan Holmes, Program Manager Presentation for: UCCS TBI Info Session Date: 20 MAR 2017 Program Overview
Privately funded program began in 2008, with services provided statewide for a individually tailored program. Since 2008, served approximately 1,700 Service Members and Veterans and over 5,000 families and community partners/care teams. Services provided by Military Support Specialists, who are Veterans and certified brain injury specialists. Eligibility Criteria: Served in any branch/component of the military at least one day on or after 11 SEP 2001. Active Duty Service Members and Veterans residing in Colorado.
Evidence or history of Traumatic Brain Injury. TBI must have occurred after start of military service, whether active, Reserve or Veteran status. Program Services Comprehensive Non-Clinical Case Management
Crisis Management Benefits Assistance & Navigation (Governmental, Non-Governmental Agencies, DoD & VA) Medical and Mental Health Resources and Referrals Emergency Financial Assistance Assistive Technology Support Employment & Education Counseling, Programming & Referrals
Coordination of Volunteer & Recreational Therapy Opportunities Outreach/Community Partnerships and Collaboration Peer Support and Mentorship: Operation Phoenix Recovery (Combat Veteran Peer Mentor Group) Support For Support (S4S) Caregiver Group Training & Education Synchronized and Vetted Communication with Military/VA
Program Contact Information Fred Hinton, Eligibility Specialist (303) 789-8836 [email protected] Susan Holmes, Program Manager (303) 789-8835 [email protected] 24 S. Weber Street | Suite 200 | Colorado Springs, CO 80903 P: (855) 355-6824 | F: (719) 358-6009 Email: [email protected] Website: www.operationtbifreedom.org Like us on Facebook.com/operationtbifreedom UCCS HealthCircle
How can a history of TBI affect my Education? Ida Dilwood, MPA Director, UCCS Disability Services Main Hall 105 719 255-3653 or 719 255-3354 [email protected] Student Growth 873 Active Students Enrolled with Disability Services 1000 Disability Categories 900 800
700 600 500 Active Students PHYS/SYS; 23.01% LD; 15.01% 400 300 200 100 0
Student Self Identifies Meets with Accommodation Coordinator for intake interview Documentation Reviewed Accommodations are determined Interactive Process: Faculty, Student, DS Faculty Accommodation Letters provided to student electronically Continuous support for student/faculty provided by Disability Services Research Opportunities For individuals who are experiencing memory problems due to concussion/TBI or PTSD, research opportunities are available. Please contact Kristi Samuelson-- [email protected] or
[email protected] Other panel contacts: Jorge Arredondo Veteran Service Officer 1355 S. Colorado Blvd., Building C, Suite 113 Denver, Colorado 80222 303-284-6077 303-284-3163 fax How can a Neuropsychologist help if youve had a concussion or TBI? Sometimes individuals who have experienced a concussion or TBI report problems remembering, slowed thinking, or difficulty paying attention.
A Neuropsychologist is trained to look closely at your medical history and symptoms; and administer tests to look at memory, attention, and other aspects of your thinking. They put all this information together in a report and make recommendations about what kind of treatment you might need, and which services might be most helpful to you. For Concussion/TBI or Neuropsychological Screenings Neuropsychological screenings for current Veteran or Active Military students at UCCS or PPCC are offered at the Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic. This service may be offered at no cost to you. At your request, your test results can be shared with other service providers (such as UCCS Disabilities Services) to provide the documentation you need for academic accommodations. More comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation are also available at
the VHTC. Cost may be covered by your insurance, copay may apply. Sponsored by the Military and Veterans Pathways to Success (MVPS) program funded by The Anschutz Foundation. For more information, or to schedule an evaluation, please contact the Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic, 719 255-8003; fax: 719 255-8075. Contact is Lisa Barker, Ph.D. UCCS HealthCircle
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