NEW ORLEANS, LA – (3/22/12) – The Brain Injury Association of Louisiana (BIALA) kicks off its 5th annual conference today at the Doubletree Hilton in Kenner, and exhibitor Gifted Nurses, LLC, expects attendance to exceed last year. In addition to exhibiting during the two-day event, two representatives of Gifted Nurses will speak before an audience of brain injury and spinal cord injury survivors and their family members, medical professionals, discharge planners, therapists, and state officials.
Mullady Voelker Alford, GSW, part owner of Gifted Nurses and President of the company’s Private Care division will deliver the company’s presenation tomorrow, along with Kim Keel, Gifted Nurses’ Director of Private Care. Alford and Keel’s talk, “Supporting and Educating the Family Unit on Brain and Spinal Cord Injury,” is scheduled for 2:30 pm. Gifted Nurses private duty nurses and nursing assistants help patients and their families in the transition from hospital discharge to home and offer help with both medical and practical needs.
Social workers can accrue Continuing Education Units by attending the BIALA conference, which runs today, 2pm-6pm, and tomorrow 8:30am-4pm at the Doubletree Hotel by Hilton, 2150 Veterans, in Kenner.
About Gifted Nurses
Gifted Nurses’ Private Care Division connects private duty nurses and nursing assistants with patients who need in-home care. The company also provides staff relief services to cover local hospitals, clinics and healthcare providers in Louisiana, and coastal and central Mississippi and Alabama.
For more information on Gifted Nurses, visit www.giftednurses.com.