Brain Injury Canada Annual Conference



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Brain Injury Canada Annual Conference in Toronto 

Brain Injury Canada Annual Conference

September 27 - 29, 2016

Chestnut Conference Centre, University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

The Brain Injury Canada Annual Conference is designed to bring together brain injury survivors to be inspired, learn about new research and innovation, share ideas and create new friendships.

The conference will also touch on disabilities associated with brain injury such as cognitive, emotional and behavioural, including impulsivity, depression, anxiety and overall mental health. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Brain Injury Survivors
  • Friends and Families of Brain Injury Survivors
  • Professional and Health Care Providers
  • Teachers
  • Community Workers
  • Students
  • General Public
  • Law Enforcement and First Responders
Registration includes entrance to the conference, speaker presentations, informational booths, nutritional breaks and lunch on September 27th, 28th and 29th. 

SAVE: Early Bird Registration deadline August 15, 2016
** A small number of Conference Bursaries are available. Click here to find out more about Bursaries​

Register for Brain Injury Conference Now 



TESTIMONIALS:

"The (2015) conference exceeded all expectations... We are extremely grateful that you sustain a national consciousness on behalf of the people who have experienced a brain injury."
Dianne Henderson
2015 Brain Injury Conference Attendee

"I felt accepted and valued as a TBI survivor, bonding with the others in a way I had never thought possible. We all have a story to share and it was inspiring to hear those of others."
Denise Pelltier
Survivor and presenter at Montreal Brain Injury Conference


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