Dr. Mark J. Ashley, CEO and Founder of Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS), will be a featured presenter and course speaker at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s (ACRM) 100th Annual Conference, the world’s largest interdisciplinary rehabilitation research event, in Atlanta, GA, from October 30 through November 2.
The conference will open with the ACRM Leadership Development Course, a one-day workshop providing tools for effective mentorship and leadership. With more than 40 years of clinical and business leadership experience, Dr. Ashley will present a unique approach to mentoring and offer strategic planning tools for healthcare professionals.
As one of four selected plenary presenters, Dr. Ashley will also open day two of the conference with his presentation, “The History, Efficacy, and Potential of Post-Acute Community-Based Rehabilitation for Acquired Brain Injury,” which analyzes the origins and evolution of community-based rehabilitation and explores the potential for this level of treatment.
“Every year, about 1.5 million Americans experience a traumatic brain injury,” said Dr. Ashley. “It’s crucial that we continue researching and advancing brain injury rehabilitation and treatment to improve patient care and outcomes. I’m honored to participate in ACRM’s annual conference, collaborating with other rehabilitation providers to promote research that will benefit patients.”
About Centre for Neuro Skills
Centre for Neuro Skills is an experienced and respected world leader in providing intensive rehabilitation and medical programs for those recovering from all types of brain injury. CNS covers a full spectrum of advanced care from residential and assisted living to outpatient/day treatment. Founded by Dr. Mark Ashley in 1980, CNS has seven locations in California and Texas. For more information about Centre for Neuro Skills, visit: www.neuroskills.com, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube.
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