The 8th Annual Survive Strive Thrive Conference is open for Registration.
The Heads Together Think Tank is an initiative of the Constable Gerald Breese Centre for Traumatic Life Losses. This project is British Columbia’s opportunity for conversation and collaboration on meeting the needs of people through improved services for the intersections of mental health, addictions, and brain injury. Heads Together Think Tank is an interactive website for survivors of brain injury, family members, caregivers, services providers, community supporters, brain injury associations, and health authorities. The input gathered on the website and from the virtual events will be used to create a plan and recommendations for building a seamless system of care to improve brain injury rehabilitation and community supports for people living with brain injury, mental health and substance use challenges in B.C.
Survive Strive Thrive is a FREE one-day (8 hours total) annual conference, held in conjunction with Brain Injury Awareness month. The purpose of SST is to provide education to healthcare professionals, students, and families and survivors living with a brain injury on the best practices, challenges and solutions when living with a brain injury.