fMRI, GOSE and Ensuring Chronic ABI Survivors are Recognized as Catastrophically Impaired

Author(s): David F. MacDonald, Stacey L. Stevens

April 5, 2019


On April 5, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers David MacDonald and Stacey Stevens presented at Bayshore Therapy & Rehab on the topic of fMRI, GOSE and Ensuring Chronic ABI Survivors are Recognized as Catastrophically Impaired.”

The presentation discussed the following topics:

  • ABI + CAT Criteria Since June 1, 2016
  • Positive Findings
  • fMRI
  • Triaging the ABI Impairments
  • Triagnig the ABI Impairments – GOSE
  • GOSE – at six months
  • GOSE Criteria
  • GOSE Wilson 1998 Article Pointers & Guidelines
  • GOSE Pointers and Guidelines
  • GOSE Questions

View David and Stacey’s presentation HERE.


If you have questions, please contact:

David MacDonald at 416-868-3155 or by EMAIL.

or

Stacey Stevens at 416-868-3186 or by EMAIL.

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