2021.02.17 – Managing Finances after Brain Injury (Live Webinar)

A Carolyn Rocchio Caregivers live webinar featuring Heather Eldridge, OT. Airs live at 3 p.m. EST February 17, 2021. Registration closes at 11:59 p.m. EST February 15, 2021.


Registration closes at 11:59 p.m. EST February 15, 2021.

When a loved one has a brain injury, it can greatly impact how household finances are managed. Setting up a clear system for organizing financial records, including modifications for individual needs, establishing household routines, and having awareness of how to protect finances and access resources can greatly assist in keeping financial management on track. 

Join this Carolyn Rocchio Caregivers webinar as Heather Eldridge shares practical strategies that can be implemented on a daily basis.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn practices for simplifying financial records to create a more streamlined process for management.
  2. Identify organizational methods for financial records, including potential modifications based on individual needs.
  3. Explore electronic and paper-based household routines to assist with managing finances.
  4. Learn tips for financial protection.
  5. Locate resources for working with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).

To receive 1 ACBIS CEU Credit, please select "Live Webinar, CBIS/T Rate (Includes 1 CEU)" from the drop-down menu.


Heather Eldridge is an Occupational Therapist practicing with Minds Matter LLC. Heather joined Minds Matter in 2016, immediately following graduation from the University of Kansas Master of Occupational Therapy program. The majority of Heather’s caseload involves working with brain injury survivors and their families; focusing on community reintegration and life skills independence. Prior to becoming an OT, Heather worked in mental health and pharmacy for over 20 years as well as 3 years organizing health and wellness programs for large corporations. In addition, Heather has been a yoga teacher for the past 12 years. Heather enjoys using a variety of customized methods to assist brain injury survivors in achieving their independent living goals.