The Cridge Centre for the Family, BC Brain Injury Association, and Brainstreams are pleased to host the 2023 Survive-Strive-Thrive Conference. This event is for survivors, family members, caregivers, and anyone touched by brain injury.
The Pushor Mitchell LLP West Coast Brain Injury Conference (WCBIC) 2023 will bring together inspiring change-makers and leading minds in the field of brain injury, public health, and politics for a full day of collaboration, dialogue, and learning.
Join Brain Injury Canada for two days of education, presentations and exhibitors.
The 8th Annual Survive Strive Thrive Conference is open for Registration.
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.
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 Ontario Housing First Regional Network Community of Interest presents, the Fourth International Housing First Conference: Knowledge Mobilization of Evidence-Based Housing First Practices.
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.
Thriving through the shadows. 5th Annual Conference on Brain Injury. Free Admission – registration required. Email email@example.com to reserve your seats.
Join leaders and colleagues from across the ABI community for one of Canada's leading ABI conferences. If you are a healthcare or community service provider, a legal representative, an individual living with the effects of an ABI or their caregiver, you won't want to miss it.
The 11th World Stroke Congress will focus on the latest developments in stroke prevention, acute management and restorative care after stroke. Reducing the burden of stroke on people with lived experience and their family and care givers drives everything the World Stroke Organization does.
Encephalitis Global is proud to offer a FACES conference in a different North American venue each year. FACES- Friends And Caregivers, Encephalitis Survivors - allows people touched by encephalitis to share information and support while they learn more. Speakers at FACES may include survivors, caregivers, medical professionals, therapists and others who can help deal with the impact of encephalitis.