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APPS: Executive Functioning Tools for Everyday Life with Specific Applications

Presenter: Michelle Ranae Wild, MA

Michelle Ranae Wild has 30 years’ experience in teaching cognitive remediation strategies, with an emphasis on (1) practical strategies that will generalize outside of the classroom/therapy setting and (2) the use of technology as cognitive prosthetics by adults with brain injury. She played an integral role on two Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-secondary Education (FIPSE) grants to develop and evaluate curriculum for brain injury survivors, caregivers, and professionals. In addition, she has been responsible for several technology-related state and federal grants. Knowing that many individuals with brain injury continue to struggle after medical discharge, Michelle founded Brain Education Strategies and Technology (BEST) to extend her unique experience and expertise to a wider audience. BEST provides free and low-cost webinars and workshops for individuals with cognitive challenges, their caregivers, and the professionals who work with them.

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