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Courage Center Offers Credentialed Educational Forum on Issues of Returning Injured Employees to Work
Date:4/24/2008

MINNEAPOLIS, April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Courage Center is hosting a credentialed educational forum on Friday, May 9 at its Golden Valley location, 3915 Golden Valley Road. The session offers three CEUs, and is entitled "Return to Work for the Injured Worker." Registration is from 8-8:30am with the session itself from 8:30-11:30am at Courage Center, 3915 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley.

Session participants will gain a more complete understanding of the return-to-work process including Attribution Error and typical characteristics of injured workers; learn what works; understand the process from the client's perspective; and celebrate return-to-work success.
Panel members include:

-- Ken Askew, MS, CRC, Askew Rehab Services

-- Kristi Carrington, CRC, CCM, Return-to-Work Consultant, Mayo Clinic

-- Darwin Johnson, injured worker and former client of Courage Center's

Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program

-- Alicia Lahti, placement specialist, Placement Services Inc.

-- Matt Monsein, MD, Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program, Courage Center

-- DJ Sjerven, claims specialist, State Fund Mutual

Session cost is $55 in advance; $60 day of event. For more information, or to register for one or more CEU, visit courage.org or call 763-520-0395.

About Courage Center

Since 1928, Minneapolis-based Courage Center, a nonprofit rehabilitation and resource center, has had a legacy of improving independence and quality of life for people with disabilities. Our continuum of care includes inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapies, pain management, vocational and community-based services, and camping and sports and recreation programs for people of all ages and abilities. For more information about Courage Center, visit courage.org.

Contact: Sue Warner, Courage Center, 763 520-0263


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