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Webinar: Building Physical and Emotional Strength After Serious Injury

08/22/17  1:39 PM PST
Webinar: Building Physical and Emotional Strength after Serious Injury

Shield HealthCare invites you to join us on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 for a free webinar: Building Physical and Emotional Strength after Serious Injury – Presented by Aaron Baker, Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist at Shield HealthCare

Webinar Overview:

After serious injury, individuals face significant emotional and physical challenges. SCI survivor, Aaron Baker, discusses ways to improve function, independence and emotional resilience.

No CE Contact Hour is available for this webinar.

If you would like more specific instructions on signing up for this webinar, or you need help troubleshooting issues during the webinar’s presentation, please click here.

Event Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Event Time: 9 – 10 am Pacific (11 am – Noon Central)

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Life After Spinal Cord Injury

About Aaron Baker, Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist at Shield HealthCare

In 1999, Aaron broke his neck while motorcycle racing. His prognosis was a one in a million chance of ever feeding himself or walking. Today, Aaron is thankful to have exceeded expectations and achieved world firsts such as racing for the US Paralympic cycling team. Through the recovery, redefinition and rebuilding of his life, Aaron’s one consistent desire has been to share and assist others as a proud SCI ambassador. Aaron is also the co-founder and owner of C.O.R.E. Centers in Northridge, CA.

Please join us for this informative webinar on September 27th!

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