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Explore the role that the arts can play in helping people with acquired brain injury (ABI) cope with
trauma, improve mental function, and reorient their lives around their new capacities and opportunities.
Friday • September 22, 2017 • 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.
Open Door Gallery at the Worcester Art Museum
150 Salisbury Street, Worcester
Keynote Speaker, Ronald E. Hirschberg, MD
Featuring exhibition of artwork by Artist & Presenter, Jon Sarkin
Cost is $25. To learn more and to register, visit sevenhills.org/arts-and-the-brain.
Select from experiential workshops in Visual Art, Music, Movement, and Intermodal Arts that will explore
resources for program development. 5 CEs are available for LMHCs and OTs; additional fees apply.
The symposium will be appropriate for people with brain injury, their caregivers, ABI staff, and people
interested in creative arts therapies.