David Hollingsworth supports Vista Centre Brain Injury Services
I’m please to share with you that we are once again be supporting the 5th annual Vista Centre Brain Injury Service’s Annual Brain Injury Awareness Day for Ottawa and Eastern Ontario. The Vista Centre Brain Injury Services is inviting all brain injury survivors, family members of people who have suffered a brain injury, healthcare professionals, educators, lawyers or who is interested in brain injury prevention and rehabilitation . The event will run professionally led workshops, an information resource fair, keynote address by former Olympic equestrian athlete, and brain injury survivor, Dr. Claire Smith. There is NO COST to attend this wonderful event, however space is limited. If you wish to attend, please email email@example.com or call 613.234.4747 to reserve your space.
- Neural Plasticity: Encouraging the Brain to Change
- Results of a Multi-Center Randomized Control
- Trial using Mindfulness-Based Cognitive
- Therapy for TBI to Treat Depression
- A Proactive Approach to Aggressive Behavior Management
- KEYNOTE speaker Paul Nadler “Braindamadj’d”
The Annual Brain Injury Awareness Day takes place Wednesday • June 12, 2013 at the Hampton Inn and Conference Centre, which is located at 200 Coventry Road, Ottawa
Our Ottawa personal injury lawyers will be there and we hope to see you there. Please stop by our table and say hello. We have been supporting the Brain Injury Awareness Day for several years now and are proud to be involved with such a great organisation. VCBIS’s mandate is to provide lifelong support to people with acquired brain injuries . They focus on a Community-Based Living Model, a model that focuses on each client living within their community, accessing services, both of a professional and supportive and services of a personal nature. VCBIS’ assists people in overcoming impairments within their environment and in their own community.
If you have been affected by a brain injury or know someone who has the Vista Centre Brain Injury Services can help. If you can attend the Brain Injury Awareness Day, I highly recommend it.