2016 Back to School Conference: Gender Challenges in Rehabilitation

The 2016 Back to School Conference with PIA Law and Ontario Brain Injury Association takes place Friday, September 16, 2016, at the Shangri-La Hotel, 188 University Ave., Toronto. The registration fee is $150, and all proceeds will go to the Ontario Brain Injury Association.

The theme of this year’s conference is Gender Challenges in Rehabilitation. Confirmed speakers include Dr. Angela Colantonio (University of Toronto and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-UHN), Barbara Baptiste (Owner, Rehabilitation Management Inc.), Dr. Tina Trudel (Chief Executive Officer and Clinical Neuropsychologist, Northeast Evaluation Specialists, USA), and Dr. David Rosenbloom (McMaster University). Additionally, Brian Cameron (Oatley Vigmond) and Lindsay Charles (McLeish Orlando) will discuss issues relevant to automobile insurance and traffic-related injuries (SABS, New Regime, CAT).

The recipients of the Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation will also be announced at the conference.

For more information, and to register, visit http://conta.cc/2a2IpEG

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