|...Overcoming Life's Obstacles
3/12 VISION LIBRARY FOR ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF LIFE - Now only $199!
This extensive presentation of 2,058 slides was developed for training thousands of
clinicians, managers, direct support professionals, students, families and advocates in all 50
states. Use one of the fourteen Vision Library topics included on the CD-ROM to polish
your session using training narratives, cartoons, original art, maxims, slogans, and clip art
images in a PowerPoint™ presentation. Ideal for classroom style trainings, lectures, and to
create handouts and posters. Requires PowerPoint™ software to use (not included).
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9/09 NOW AVAILABLE - The Principles and Practices of Universal Enhancement 2nd
Edition -- 4 Books in 1
Through stories, poems and descriptions full of humor and compassion, learn
about the difference between the autocratic and clinical restraints of past methods
and the new Universal Enhancement way. Download a copy of the brochure.
11/08 Tom has published an article for the International Brain Injury Association,
NeuroTrauma Letter. To read the article, "Overcoming Anomy: The Impact of Positive
Rituals on Quality of Life" in the November 2008 edition of this Newsletter, please visit
3/08 Transition: From Consumers to Producers, Principles and Practices of Building
Community Series (7th DVD). Staff will learn how to transition classic Day Program
services to a work oriented service. Dr. Tom Pomeranz provides viewers with the values
and vision that drive the Day Program from activities of little meaning (bead stringing) to a
content of meaningful activities that engender dignity and respect. This new training DVD
includes custom animation in the power point slides. The DVD will be available for
purchase through Program Development Associates.
1/08 **PODCAST** Positive Behavioral Supports in Traumatic Brain
Injury. Podcast #14. Northeast Center for Special Care. December 2007.
In this informative interview, Dr. Tom Pomeranz discusses the value and importance of
Positive Behavioral Supports for people with Traumatic Brain Injury who struggle with
behavioral challenges. Tom shares with the audience that the behavioral challenges with
which many individuals with TBI must cope are commonly a function of their unmet needs.
Diminished sense of self, frustration, loss, boredom and anger must be recognized and
effectively addressed if we are to provide the person with TBI an improved quality of life.
The theme of the discussion is “anger is a communication of unmet needs”.
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