Brock University Certificate Training Programs

Brock University Certificate Training Programs The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in conjunction with Brock University has developed a Certificate Training Program to provide professionals with the tools and knowledge to assist clients with recovery and function in everyday life following acquired brain injury.   Brock Certificate Training

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FREE Education Session on Supporting Persons with Brain Injury & Stroke

FREE Education Sessions on Supporting Persons with Brain Injury & Stroke Please see below for flyer and information on how to register for these FREE education sessions focused on supporting persons who have experienced an acquired brain injury (ABI) or stroke. Supporting Persons with Brain Injury &

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Uncorked 2019

Holiday Party and Fundraiser Saturday 07 December 2019 Join the Brain Injury Association Quinte District (BIAQD) for a fantastic evening filled with great food, musical entertainment, live and silent auctions, dessert auction, and more. www.biaqd.ca Early bird tickets are $100.00 until September 30th, then the price increases

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November 2019: 2 Day OBIA Training in Belleville

The Brain Basics Training by OBIA – Belleville, ON November 28-29, 2019 Hosted by Brain Injury Association of Quinte District (BIAQD). See the BIAQD website: https://www.biaqd.ca/upcoming-events The Brain Basics Program is designed to provide front line Health Care Workers, Caregivers, Survivors and others with an introduction to

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October 2019: FREE Education Caregiver Workshop

Register for “Support, Hope & Resiliency: An Education and Training Program for Caregivers of Acquired Brain Injury Survivors” These half-day workshops will be held throughout the province beginning April 30, 2019. The groups are limited to a small number to allow for greater discussion and interaction. The Caregiver Workshops

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SAVE THE DATE: November 27 2019 Stroke Symposium Stroke Care: Improving the Patient Journey

Save The Date! Wednesday 27 November 2019 A free, all-day event in Kingston! Who Should Attend: Health care professionals, administrators and direct care providers working in all settings of stroke care. To see the flyer click here   For more information visit strokenetworkseo.ca or email Heather Jenkins

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Early Bird Registration for OBIA Conference November 6 – 8, 2019 in Niagara Falls, Ontario

Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Conference – 2019 The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in collaboration with the participating Community Associations is pleased to announce that the 2019 Provincial ABI Conference is being held on November 6 – 8, 2019 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. NOTE: The Early Bird

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The Aphasia Peer Conversation Group

The Aphasia Peer Conversation Group The Groups in Kingston and Napanee meet weekly for 1.5 hours. Coffee, tea and cookies are included.   Group in Napanee                             Group in Kingston VON Office                               Canadian Hearing Society 12 Richmond Park Dr                         Frontenac Mall, 1300 Bath Rd. Napanee, ON                                      Kingston, ON K7R 2Z5                                               K7M 4X4

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Physical or Occupational Therapists, or Speech-Language Pathologists working with adults with neurological impairments

Education for Physical or Occupational Therapists, or Speech-Language Pathologists working with adults with neurological impairments 16-day NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management of Adults with Stroke and Brain Injury course provides eligibility to apply for the NDTA™ Certification Program For more information about the course, please click

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Belleville: Acquired Brain Injury Information Session

June is Brain Injury Awareness month   If you missed Information Session, featuring four short presentations from and Q & A: Community Brain Injury Services Brain Injury Association Quinte District Pathways to Independence Brain Injury Services Acquired Brain Injury System Navigation for South Eastern Ontario. you can

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