The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), in collaboration with participating Community Associations, is pleased to announce the Provincial ABI Conference 2021 will be held on October 28-29, 2021 VIRTUALLY.
Disability Without Poverty is a grassroots movement led by people with disabilities and welcomes all Canadians to join. They stand for people with disabilities to be prosperous, realize their power, have opportunities to pursue their passions and to participate in every aspect of society. Every month they host a RoundUp, which is a time to share storie and ideas from people with disabilities all across the country. November is Indigenous Disability Awareness Month and they are hosting a roundup to showcase Indigenous artists. All Canadians are welcome to this online event.
Chuck Jung Associates and Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association will be launching a Virtual Caregivers Support Group in March of 2022. From March to August of 2022, the group will meet monthly for 90-minutes to engage in discussions to provide important information and teach skills that will help caregivers negotiate and manage a new role in their life. These groups are free of charge.
The Canadian Concussion Centre at Toronto Western Hospital is pleased to announce the 9th Annual Concussion Research Symposium, Update on Research and Care of the Concussion Spectrum of Disorders hosted by the Canadian Concussion Centre at The Krembil Brain Institute, Toronto Western Hospital on April 30, 2022.
The Brain Injury Canada Conference is a virtual event, May 25 - 26, 2022 and is aimed at providing informative and engaging education about brain injury and its intersectionalites for health care professionals and service providers.