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Miriam – BDM Program

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Hamilton Brain Injury Association (HBIA)

The following video was prepared by our Brain Disorders Management students and our Mental Health and Disability Management students about their field placement experiences. Field placement in these programs involves 336 hours and occurs in Semester 3. Students have the ability to support clients directly or work behind the scenes through research and policy development.