Annual Brain Injury Canada Conference 2015 Sept 30 -Oct 2 Montreal
The Brain Injury of Canada’s Annual Conference is the premium brain injury event of the year for survivors, caregivers, researchers and practitioners. 2015 conference speakers include Marc Garneau and Jonathan Goodman. Registration is now open below.

• Date: September 30, October 1 and 2, 2015
• Location: Omni Hotel Montréal, Québec

About the Brain Injury Conference
The conference began in the early 2000’s as an opportunity to educate board of Directors representing Brain Injury Associations and individuals from across Canada. Today, the Brain Injury Canada conference offers a unique opportunity for attendees to engage in a collective way forward to address the many facets related to brain injury that ranges from survivors and their families to cutting edge research for assessment and recovery.

Six Conference Themes
• Scientific Assessment of Brain Injury/Évaluation scientifique de la lésion cérébrale
• Brain Injury Survivors and their Families/Survivants d’une lésion cérébrale et leurs familles
• Leading the Edge in Brain Injury and Neuroscience/Avancées quant à la lésion cérébrale et la neuroscience
• Brain Injury and Paediatircs (0-18 years old)/Lésion cérébrale et pédiatrie (0-18 and)
• Brain Injury-Concussion/Lésion cérébrale-Commotion cérébrale
• Brain Injury Prevention/Prévention de lésions cérébrales

Who Should Attend
Survivors: You are not alone!
Researchers: Opportunity to engage with leading Brain Injury researchers and become a part of the Brain Injury Community that includes survivors and caregivers.
Practitioners: Exchange and learn from other leading practitioners on the new and most effective interventions currently in use.

Program pdf
BREAKING NEWS: Marc Garneau &Jonathan Goodman to speak at Brain Injury Canada Montreal Conference! pdf
Call for Nominations / Applications 2015 BRAIN INJURY CANADA NATIONAL AWARDS

Registration Information and Fees
Fee includes conference and nutrition breaks, lunch (commencing on Wednesday and up to but NOT including Friday Lunch)

• Professionals and Health Care Providers: $525
• Survivors: $300
• Family/Caregivers: $300 (when accompanying a survivor)
• Registered Student or Senior (over 60): $350

Single Day Rates
• Single Day: $175
• Student / Senior Single Day: $150
• Survivor and Family / Caregiver Single Day: $125

(If financial assistance is required please contact your local and provincial ABI Association and sponsors.)

You may register in one of the following 3 ways:
Option 1 ONLINE (preferred) This is a 2 step process.
Step 1: Please complete and submit the form below.

Conference Registration
Postal Code
Provincial Association (if applicable)
Special Needs
If registering for one day, which day?
Word Verification:

Step 2: After submitting the form above, please select the appropriate button or buttons below and make your payment through PayPal. You don’t have to have a PayPal account. You can use a major credit card.

Option 2 FAX: Download the Registration Form (pdf), complete it and fax it to: 613-782-2228

Option 3 MAIL: Download the Registration Form (pdf), complete it and mail it with your payment to: The Brain Injury Association of Canada Annual Conference; 440 Laurier Ave. West, Suite 200; Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 7X6

Registration Fee 
Professionals & Health Care Providers$525


Caregiver (when accompanying a survivor) $300

Registered Student or Senior (over 60)$350

Single Day$175

Student / Senior Single Day$150

Survivor / Caregiver Single Day$125

Travel and Accomodations

Official Hotel

Please reserve your rooms before August 30th, 2015 to take advantage of the conference rates.

Reference: “Brain Injury Canada”.

Room Rates
King Bed / Single – Double Occupancy $179
Double Bed / Single – Double Occupancy $179
The above rates are subject to applicable taxes. The rates are based on single and double occupancy.


Fly or Take the Train to Montreal

A great way to start your getaway to Montreal, Quebec is with a romantic adventure on the rails. It’s a great way to relax, enjoy a book, do the crossword or enjoy the beautiful scenery, traffic free!VIA Rail Canada travels to Kingston with frequent departures from stations in the Quebec City/Windsor Corridor, with a variety of fares that will suit your budget too. Train travel to Ottawa is quick, comfortable and convenient. Treat yourself to VIA 1 known for its delicious meals and excellent service.

You can also fly into Montreal from all major airports in Canada and US. Promotional fares are often available.