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June 2017
June 1, 2017
8:00AM
to
4:30PM
Location:

Ramada Hotel and Conference Centre
2170 Harvey Ave
Kelowna

Join us for this year's Pushor Mitchell Symposium on Brain Health. The theme of this year's event is A Collaborative Approach to Brain injury and its Concurrent Issues: addictions, homelessness, mental health and violence...from chaos to hope

Our execellent line-up of speakers includes: 

June 7, 2017
3:00PM
to
5:30PM
Location:

GF Strong Rehab Centre
Social Services Seminar Room (Room 189)
4255 Laurel St.
Vancouver

Understanding TBI

Is this for you? 
Everyone is welcome. This workshop is for survivors, families and friends who want to learn more about life after a traumatic brain injury. 

September 2017
September 13, 2017
3:00PM
to
5:30PM
Location:

GF Strong Rehab Centre
Social Services Seminar Room (Room 189)
4255 Laurel St.
Vancouver

This is a chance for survivors, families and friends to learn about how the brain works, stroke and recovery. We also talk about life after a stroke, including strategies to help and available resources.

Is this for you?
Everyone is welcome. This workshop is for survivors, families and friends who want to learn more about life after a stroke.

Is there a cost?
No, this workshop is free to attend.

October 2017
October 4, 2017
3:00PM
to
5:30PM
Location:

GF Strong Rehab Centre
Social Services Seminar Room (Room 189)
4255 Laurel St.
Vancouver

Understanding TBI

Is this for you? 
Everyone is welcome. This workshop is for survivors, families and friends who want to learn more about life after a traumatic brain injury. 

November 2017
November 1, 2017
3:00PM
to
5:30PM
Location:

GF Strong Rehab Centre
Social Services Seminar Room (Room 189)
4255 Laurel St.
Vancouver

This is a chance for survivors, families and friends to learn about how the brain works, stroke and recovery. We also talk about life after a stroke, including strategies to help and available resources.

Is this for you?
Everyone is welcome. This workshop is for survivors, families and friends who want to learn more about life after a stroke.

Is there a cost?
No, this workshop is free to attend.

A project of:

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Project launch made possible by:

  BC Neurotrauma Fund via

Rick Hansen Foundation, BC Neurotrauma Fund

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia. 

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