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MARCH 6, 2009 - Nominations Deadline for 2009 Evergreen Award. Hosts: WA State Nonprofit Conference www.npconference.org


Chicago Cosmetic Surgery Center
7th - Community-Based Supports For Traumatic Brain Injury -- presented by Mr. Tim Feeney, PhD, Exec Dir., NY School & Community Support, 11 am-4 pm. Location: UW Center for Urban Horticulture Sea, WA HOSTS: Headstrong: dld@headstrongforlife.org and the WA State Dept of Vets Affairs (WDVA) - DonaldL@DVA.WA.gov

25 – 26 - Nat'l Assoc of State Head Injury Admin
TBI Awareness & Public Policy Seminar 
e-mail: "Jetaun M. Murphy" <jmmurphy@nashia.org>

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     The loss of self is often the real tragedy of traumatic brain injury. Ironically, many such injuries do not even require a hospital stay yet they result in changes so profound that lives are forever changed. 

Family and friends feel the psychic repercussions of the head injury acutely as well. Caring for an injured family member can be very demanding and result in economic loss and emotional burdens. 

    It can change the very nature of family life; the resultant emotional difficulties can affect  the cohesiveness of the family unit. Typically, the emotional damage is intense, affecting family and friends for years afterward and sometimes leading to the breakup of  family units.

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2013

March 2013
Arrowhead's 3rd Annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference
March 6-7, 2013
Washington, DC
http://www.tbiconference.com/home/

August 2013
August 4-7, 2013
National Neurotrauma Society Annual Meeting & Symposium
Gaylord Opryland Resorts
Nashville, Tennessee
Phone: 305/661-5581

August 2013
22th Annual Conference of Neurotrauma Society of India
Guwahati, Assam
Contact Person: Dr. B.K. Baishya
Phone: +91-9435013881
Email: bkbaishya@yahoo.com

2014

March 2014
March 20-24, 2014
INTS 2014 – 11th Symposium of the International Neurotrauma Society
Budapest, Hungary
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APRIL 2009
 
 

14-16 – First International Conference on Vocational Outcomes in Traumatic Brain Injury, Vancouver, BC. Contact: (604) 875-1775, e-mail: sljproductions@telus.net, web: http://www.tbicvancouver2005.com.

11-13 – Ontario Brain Injury Association Certificate Training Program: Neuropsychological Assessments: Beyond Testing, St. Catharines, Ontario. Contact: Ontario Brain Injury Association (800) 263-5404, e-mail: obia@obia.on.ca, web: http://www.obia.on.ca.

22-24 – 18th Annual Brain Injury Medical-Legal Conference presented by the North American Brain Injury Society, Amelia Island, Florida. Contact: (800) 321-7037, e-mail: contact@nabis.org, web: http://www.nabis.org.

26-27th - Fourth Annual Native American Brain Injury Conference, presented by the Montana Center on Disabilities Montana State University and the Senior and Long Term Care Division of Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS), Billings Montana. Contact: (406) 657-2312 or toll free at 1-888-866-3822 
web: http://www.msubillings.edu/mcdregister

29-30 - Concussion in Athletics: Ongoing Controversy The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pennsylvania
web:  http://www.outreach.psu.edu/cnf/concussion

MAY 2009
4-5 - North Sound Tribal Mental Health Conference presented by North Sound Mental Health Administration,Best Practices in Indian Country, (360) 416.7013. 
e-mail: shannon_solar@nsmha.org

6-8 - The International Brain Injury Association - IBIA’s 6th World Congress on Brain Injury, Melbourne, Australia. 
web: http://www.internationalbrain.org

9-11 -  Summit on Spinal Cord Iinjury co-sponsored by The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation and The Medtronic Foundation at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. 
web: http://www.spinalcord.org/.

11 - Housing Network Workshop for development directors and senior operational executives from the Canadian retirement housing / nursing home companiessponsored by: Open Eye Corporation/ 416 907 9191, web:  http://www.seniorshousingcanada.com

12-13 – Brain Injury Conference presented by Contemporary Forums. Seattle, Washington. Contact: (925) 828-7100, ext. 102, e-mail: info@cforums.com, 
web: http://www.contemporaryforums.com.

12-15 – American Occupational Therapy Association's 85th Annual Conference & Expo, Long Beach, California. Contact (301) 652-2682, web: http://www.aota.org. 

29-30 - You are the Expert Conference. Organizers: WA PAVE and Safe WA. Howard Johnson Plaza -Yakima, WA. Call 1-800-572-7368 (v/tty) or by email: wapave9@washingtonpave.com

JUNE 2005
1-3 - PROYECTO VISIÓN CONFERENCE: The Bridges to Employment Conference for Latinos with Disabilities.  Raleigh, North Carolina at the Sheraton Raleigh Capital Center Hotel. Contact: Robin Savinar, (510) 251-4325, robin@wid.org
web: http://www.proyectovision.net/english/bridges/index.html

8-11 – Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts. Contact: (800) 999-2782, web: http://www.apta.org.

9-10 -- Williamsburg Conference: "Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Brain Injury: Practical Solutions to Real World Problems." The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury. Williamsburg, VA. Contact: 703-451-8881 
web: http://www.neuro.pmr.vcu.edu 

21-25 – Case Management Society of America's 15th Annual Conference & Expo, Orlando, Florida. Contact: (501) 225-2229, e-mail: cmsa@cmsa.org, web: http://www.cmsa.org 

July 2005
11-14 - National Council on Independent Living annual conference. Washington, D.C. Contact: Natalie, Shear Associates, 800-833-1354 ext. 102 (voice/TTY) or 202-833-4456 ext. 102 (voice/TTY). web: at http://www.ncil.org.

SEPTEMBER 2005
29-October 2 – American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Achieving, Evidence-Based Rehabilitation, Chicago, Illinois. Contact: (317) 915-2250, e-mail: acrm@acrm.org, web: http://www.acrm.org.

22-24 – 18th Annual Brain Injury Medical-Legal Conference presented by the North American Brain Injury Society, Amelia Island, Florida. Contact: (800) 321-7037, e-mail: contact@nabis.org, web: http://www.nabis.org.

26-27 - Job Accommodation Network (JAN) Annual Conference  at the Westin San Francisco Airport hotel. JAN is a technical assistance service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor. 
web: http://www.jan.wvu.edu/

29 - Oct 1 - John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' LEAD conference will be held at The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and Mesa Arts Center. Contact Eileen Bagnall at ARTability at (602) 757-8118 or (520) 631-6253 
web: http://www.kennedy-center.org/

OCTOBER 2009
21 & 22 - Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference - http://www.pcbic.org/ October 21 & 22, 2005, Hilton 
Vancouver Metrotown, Burnaby, BC Canada
28 - 30 -2009 Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Conference, Niagara Falls,Ontario http://www.obia.on.ca/



 
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