Stroke and Brain Injury Resource Fair
Let's Put Our Heads Together!
Thursday, August 4th, 2022
Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital
5940 Merchants St Florence Ky 41042
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Free to Attend
Purpose of This Event
Brain injury survivors and their caregivers often return home after discharge and lack the understanding of what resources are needed, and what is available.
This event will host representatives from an array of professional support organizations and services, including individualized guidance to identify what is needed to aid in transition and recovery.
With the right support, survivors could have better outcomes and successful reintegration.
Who Should Attend?
Individuals of any age with brain injury
Family Members /Caregivers
Care Coordinators and Professionals
Anyone interested in services that support stroke or brain injury
Brain Injury Information * Caregiving * Vocational Rehabilitation * Mental Health * Advocacy and Legal Information * Medicaid and Waiver Programs * Transportation * Medication Management * Social Work * Veteran Services * Assistive Technology * Social Opportunities * Pediatrics * Wellness * Local Support Groups
Interact with Therapist and Clinicians:
Consults for Services
How to get Home Assessments
Focus on Instrumental Areas of Daily Living:
Return to Work/School
Adaptive Equipment / Durable Medical Equipment
Home Assessment and Modifications for Aging in Place
Understanding Med Charts
Not required- but recommended!
For us to understand your needs and interests, please fill out a registration form. A resource navigator will be available to help you at the door.
Q: “I’m a caregiver for a survivor and we are really struggling at home with him needing more support- what kind of help will be there for us?"
A: We will have representatives from the Aging Resource Center to talk about Medicaid and the Waiver programs, as well as the KY TBI Trust Fund, to see if you qualify for financial assistance to assist with home care support, continued therapy, home modifications and equipment, and more.
Q: "What kind of tables and booths will be there?"
A: We have commitments from resources such as Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, ElderLaw, VA, NAMI, NKADD, St E, and many more.
Q: "I could use special equipment at home to help my mom, but not sure what. Willl there be someone that can tell me about what options are available?"
A: We will have screening tables for therapists to help with recommendations for home modifications, equipment, or specialty services.
Q: "What about mental health, will someone be there to talk about it?"
A: Yes, social work clinicians will be there to give survivors and caregivers resources to help with coping. NAMI, National Alliance of Mental Illness, will also be there to answer questions and provide material.