North Dakota DHS Brain Injury Polycom Training Series

The ND Brain Injury Network and ND DHS are pleased to offer a brain injury training series this spring.  Social Work CEUs will be available for attendees.  General certificates will be available for other disciplines.

  • January 21st 11am-12:30pm
    • New Developments in Brain Injury in North Dakota
    • Overview of brain injury services in ND
    • The Center for Persons with Disabilities at Minot State University will discuss the upcoming ND BI Needs Assessment
  • February 18th 11am-12:30pm
    • Is Brain Injury Screening Important?
    • Overview of screening instruments for brain injury
    • Review of the TBI screening done at intake at DHS HSC
    • Discussion regarding the benefits of screening beyond just getting numbers
  • March 17th 11am-12:30pm
    • Brain Injury as a Co-Occurring Condition
    • Review of the overlap with brain injury and other behavioral health conditions
  • April 21st 11am-12:30pm
    • Impact of Brain Injury on Treatment Approaches
    • Discussion on how brain injury impacts a client’s ability to access services and how services can be adapted to accommodate individuals with brain injury


To sign up for sessions and a full list of available sites please go to:

Available Polycom Rooms:

  • Bismarck: West Central Human Service Center. 1237 W. Divide Ave. Oliver Conference Room
  • Devils Lake: Lake Region Human Service Center, 200 Hwy 2 W., East Conference Room
  • Dickinson: Dickinson State University, TBD & Dickinson VR Polycom
  • Fargo: Southeast Human Services, 2624 Ninth Ave. S., Red River Room
  • Grand Forks: Northeast Human Services, 151 Fourth St., Room 5E
  • Jamestown: South Central Human Service Center, 520 Third St. N.W., Room 124
  • Minot: North Central Human Services, 1015 S. Broadway, Ste. 18, Room 411, and
  • Williston: Northwest Human Service Center, 316 Second Ave. W., Conference Room B200


For more information contact Rebecca Quinn at or 701-777-5200.