June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

June 1, 2001


Brain Injury Awareness Month 2001 kicked off on Friday, May 25 with a live audio/video conference linking Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton and London. “Building the network” was the theme, as groups in all four cities discussed recent developments in their centres and reviewed plans for June.

Throughout the month of June, groups across the province staged a series of events including live concerts, information fairs, picnics and bicycle safety rodeos designed to promote awareness and understanding of acquired brain injury.

Further details are available from your local brain injury association or the Ontario Brain Injury Association web site at www.obia.on.ca

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