We are committed to maximizing the quality of life of individuals with brain injury, their family and friends through: Peer and community SUPPORT,INFORMATION about available services, resources and programs, Public AWARENESS of the causes, impact and prevention of brain injury, and ADVOCACY on behalf of those affected.
2014 Workshop Series
STEPPING IN TO SUCCESS… Transitioning to Adulthood
Learning Curve: Higher Education After ABI
Friday October 31st 2014
8:30am - 12:30pm
The Four Points By Sheraton 1150 Wellington Rd S, London, ON N6E 1M3
Don't miss out on this informative workshop series for professionals, educators, counsellors as well as ABI survivors and their families.
Topics of Discussion Will Include:
Supporting Individuals with ABI in Their Post-Secondary School Pursuit
Susan Taylor, Quantum Education & Cognitive Services
Counselling and Academic Accommodations Available for Students with ABI
Shelley Reynolds & Shelley Sinclair, Accessibility Services, Fanshawe College
When Accommodations Are Not Being Met, What Then?
Katie Muirhead, Advocacy Specialist, Ontario Brain Injury Association
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