TBI – Survivors, Caregivers, Family, and Friends

YOU ARE INVITED!

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If you have a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) it’s most likely you will enter the world of therapy. Sometimes it is only for a few months. Sometimes it lasts for years. Therapies can include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Activities of Daily Living, Speech Therapy, and Cognitive

Allan Bateman - Preventive & Rehabilitative Therapist

Allan Bateman – Preventive & Rehabilitative Therapist

Therapy to name a few. Because of the duration and intimacy of therapies, often survivors develop strong relationships with their therapists. That’s what happened when Preventive and Rehabilitative Therapist, Allan Bateman entered my husband’s (and my life). Allan sees his client as a whole person and individualizes each client’s therapy to fit his or her needs. Allan will share his ideas with my listeners.

 

               Come One! Come ALL!

What:        Interview with New York City, Preventive and Rehabilitative Therapist, Allan Bateman

Why:        Allan will discuss his progressive ways of therapy.

Where:     Brain Injury Radio Network

When:       Sunday, January 4th, 2015

Time:         5:00p PT (6:00p MT, 7:00p CT, and 8:00p ET) 90 minute show

How:         Click: Brain Injury Radio Network

Call In:    424-243-9540

Call In:     855-473-3711 toll free in USA

Call In:    202-559-7907 free outside US

or SKYPE

Allan Bateman & TBI Survivor, David Figurski - sometimes Allan even came to our home

Allan Bateman & TBI Survivor, David Figurski – sometimes Allan even came to our home

 

 

If you miss the show, but would like to still hear the interview, you can access the archive on On Demand listening. The archived show will be available after the show both on the Brain Injury Radio Network site and on my blog in “On the Air.”

(Clip Art compliments of Bing.)

(Photos compliments of Allan Bateman.)

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