United Spinal Association hosts a four-part webinar series focusing on returning to work after a spinal cord injury.
The series is titled, “Working with Spinal Cord Injury—Pathway to Employment.”
The first in the series, which will take place February 24 from 2 pm to 3 pm EST, will look into the role of work in people’s lives.
Questions discussed during the session, according to a media release from United Spinal Association, will include: What does work mean to you? What are the benefits of working when you have a spinal cord injury? How do benefits affect the decision to return to work? Do the benefits outweigh the burdens?
The session will also include a segment highlighting the life of a working person with a spinal cord injury.
The webinar will be presented by Barbara L. Kornblau, JD, OTR/L, a consultant to United Spinal Association’s Pathways to Employment Program; and Dennis Heaphy, M Div, Med and MPH, a healthcare advocate for the Disability Policy Consortium of Massachusetts, per the release.
For more information and to register, visit United Spinal Association.
[Source(s): United Spinal Association, PR Newswire]