The 2021 Brain Injury Canada Virtual Conference is taking place from June 2-3, 2021 and MG Law is proud Silver Sponsor.
Healthcare professionals, caregivers and individuals with acquired brain injury will all gather in one virtual conference to learn from each other and document their stories.
The Brain Injury Canada Conference is the only national conference for brain injury.
This year’s virtual conference is comprised of a two-day healthcare and service provider’s conference on June 2 and June 3. It’ll be an accessible, engaging streamed conference experience for everyone.
Navigating The Landscape Of Brain Injury Conference Pass – June 2-3, 2021
- $119 CAD
- Two-day conference pass
- Access to sponsors and exhibitors
- Virtual delegate bag
The event takes place after the originally scheduled Brain Injury Canada National Conference (April 30 – May 1, 2020) was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With MG Law previously announced as “Lunch Sponsor” for the original conference, we fully supported Brain Injury Canada’s decision to delay the event to uphold all attendees’ health, safety, and comfort.
MG Law: Proud Silver Sponsor of the 2021 Brain Injury Canada Virtual Conference
This year, MG Law is proud Silver Sponsor for Brain Injury Canada’s innovative 2021 Virtual Conference.
Taking place online at braininjurycanadaconference.ca to maintain everybody’s health and wellbeing, the event is a fantastic networking opportunity.
By attending, you’ll have access to acclaimed experts, valuable resources, and one-on-one interactions with businesses and organizations in the brain injury sector.
The overall goal is to provide you with takeaways that will make your services, your work or your life better.
Additionally, the event will comprise 19 dynamic guest speakers joining the event virtually from all across Canada.
Guest speakers include Nadia La Rosa, MSW, Coordinator at Manitoba Trauma Information and Education Centre and Klinic Community Health, as well as Brian Levine, Senior Scientist at Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest and Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Medicine (Neurology) at the University of Toronto. For a full list of guest speakers, click here.
How to register
Registration is currently open. Click here to secure your conference passes for this eagerly anticipated event.
See you on June 2-3!
With Brain Injury Canada being one of many stellar community organizations we support and advocate for, we look forward to meeting ABI professionals and connecting with brain injury survivors online from June 2-3.