Cultivating Hope Through Collaboration
The 2023 NKY Brain Injury Conference will bring multi-disciplinary professionals together to share their expertise and new concepts in the field of Brain Injury, with the theme of “Cultivating Hope through Collaboration.”
This unique conference will offer a multi-track agenda, focusing on issues related to disorders of consciousness, adaptations, therapeutic interventions, persistent concussion syndrome, vision rehabilitation, survivor challenges through interactive discussion, and more.
Participants will learn about current research, community resources, share hope for recovery and exchange best practices. Individuals attending will also gain new insight and collaborate with experts from Northern Kentucky and the greater Cincinnati area.
Brain injury and stroke survivors will receive informational, emotional, and practical support that will lead to improved ways to adapt and cope with the change they have experienced in their lives.
6 breakout sessions
Tracks for clinicians and survivors/caregivers
3 Keynote Speakers
Multiple Exhibitors including equipment demonstrations
St. Elizabeth Healthcare Training Center
3861 Olympic Blvd.
Erlanger, KY 41018
Brain Injury Survivors/Caregivers $25
Cost covers one survivor and/or one caregiver.
Please contact us for student rates.
Continuing Education credits available
Members of the Armed Forces are invited
to attend at no charge.
Conference registration price includes Continental Breakfast, AM & PM break snacks, Pasta Buffet lunch, Desserts, and Beverages.
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Registration has Ended
For disability accommodations (e.g., alternative formats, special seating, personal assistance) please contact us as soon as possible so arrangements may be made.
Conference Proceeds go directly to BIANK/Bridges programs and survivor support.
EIN # 26-2633630
The Northern Ky Brain Injury Conference is committed to providing attendees with an atmosphere in which they are treated respectfully and with dignity. Discrimination or harassments based on race, color, religion, gender, gender-identity or expression, national origin, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, marital status or any other category protected under applicable federal, state or law is not and will not be fostered.
Speakers have not disclosed any relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships, nor conflict of interest.