Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop

June 07, 2018

Hosted by:

Thomson Rogers, in collaboration with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and March of Dimes Canada, is proud to host the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop from June 7-8, 2018, at the Lexington Hotel & Conference Centre in Sudbury, Ontario.

Day 1: Practical skills workshop

The focus of this workshop is:

  • To recognize the effects of acquired brain Injury in children, adolescents and their families
  • Identify clinical approached and strategies for engaging kids and supporting families after pediatric ABI
  • Review updates with respect to accident benefits and catastrophic impairment in children with ABI

Day 2: Brain Injury Family Intervention – Adolescents (BIFI-A) Intensive Workshop

The focus of this workshop is

  • To show how to implement the BIFI-A program through small group interactive sessions, role play, vignettes and video-tapes
  • To provide a structured approach and acquire practical tools for working effectively with families after pediatric ABI
  • Describe implementation of the BIFI-A protocol for families of adolescents with ABI

Who Should Attend

The workshop will be of interest to health care professionals and ABI Caregivers/Family Members who are interested in learning more about brain injury in children and adolescents and how best to help them.


1-day Workshop (June 7) – $125
2-day Workshop (June 7 & 8) – $375  (Limited to 30 participants)

*All proceeds will go to support the Brain Injury Association Sudbury & District.

Workshop Brochure and Day 1 agenda


For general registration, please click on the following link:  Registration for the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop 2018

To register as an ABI  Caregiver/Family Member, please call Chrystal McCollom at 705-671-3188 ext. 237 or email [email protected].

Interested in Exhibiting?

For non-profit organization – $100
For-profit organization and companies – $500

For more information about the workshop, please visit:  Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop


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