Jimbo Talbot, founder of DrumQuest will speak at our January 4 BIANYS meeting. The session will be interactive and a studio sound session will be shared.
Share holiday traditions at our December BIANYS meeting.
Join us at our November 2 BIANYS Syracuse chapter meeting to discuss Gratitude!
Saturday, September 18 is the annual BIANYS March On for Brain Injury walk! You can walk virtually or meet up with me at Onondaga Lake Park! For those of you walking with me in person, we will meet at 10:00 am. Would love to see you! We will be masking and socially distancing, as per New York State guidelines.
Learn how exercise can help rehabilitate brain injury! NSCA Certified Personal Trainer Taylor Cookston will speak at our August 3 BIANYS meeting. All are welcome!
Clare Arezina, board-certified music therapist with additional training in neurologic music therapy will speak about music therapy and music for wellness, and model musical exercises for TBI survivors, on July 6.
Dr. Robert Fox will speak about visual deficits caused by TBI, their diagnosis and advances in treatment.
Kate Houck, Executive Director of David’s Refuge will speak on Caring For The Caregiver at BIANYS’ May 4 Syracuse Chapter meeting.
I am Co-Chair of The Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS)’s new Syracuse Chapter. Meetings will be monthly and held on ZOOM. Stay tuned for the announcement of our December 1 speaker!
Wells Christie Rolfing® is honored to have won in the Innovations in Health Care category of BizEventz’ Excellence in Health Care 2016 awards. This annual awards event recognizes Central New York’s top health-care industry leaders, innovators, and companies that have a significant impact on the quality of health care and services in our community. Awards were presented at an evening gala and awards presentation event, October 20 at The Lodge at Welch Allyn in Skaneateles, New York.
Clare Arezina, Music Therapist at Upstae Golisano Children’s Hospital will speak about the field of music therapy and how it can help people living with TBI.