For the past 15 years, survivors, family members and professionals have attended our Annual Brain Injury Conference. Between informative topics presented by knowledgeable speakers and elaborate exhibits, guests learn tips and trends that can help them live their everyday lives. The conference also lends the opportunity for professionals to network, family members and survivors to get to know one another in a laidback, exciting environment.
Workshops are offered throughout the year on various topics surrounding brain injury. These exciting half day workshops help to keep health professionals up to date on current research in the field of brain injury as well as information financial programs or the impact legislation changes may have on their clients.
The Brain Basics Training Program is a two day course designed to provide frontline Health Care Workers, Caregivers and others with a readily understandable introduction to the world of Brain Injury. In order to understand the importance of the strategies that might work with someone with an ABI, one must first understand the nature and complexity of Acquired Brain Injury.
The Monarch Magazine is published quarterly as a primary means of providing education. Readers are kept informed of new and interesting brain injury related topics. It includes articles by professionals and inspiring stories written by survivors and family members.