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CONFERENCE RECORDINGS AVAILABLE UNTIL APRIL 26TH, 2021.
 
 To access 2021 Conference Recordings, please Register below. 
If you have already registered, please use the event link emailed to you to enter the event or directly enter here.
Recordings are available for paid registrations only. 
 
Survivors and Caretakers: please email Lori.Tharp@biank.org for access.  
 

While we wish we could come together in person for our Annual Conference, your safety amidst the Covid-19 public health crisis is our priority. We are hosting the conference virtually through a user-friendly platform, and are confident you will find the program to be interactive, informative, and educational.   

 

About the Conference

Traumatic brain injury and stroke present challenges during the recovery period for survivors, their families, and those professional caregiving specialists who provide support and guidance during the journey. 

 

Our focus will be on the prolific and distinctive avenues which determine the most appropriate path for the individuals we seek to serve. Survivors will share their own struggles in pursuing healing. As always, new research in brain injury recovery and the concept of neuroplasticity will be substantive themes during the conference.

 

Who Should Attend?

This virtual conference is for KY healthcare professionals, brain and stroke injured survivors, their families, military/veterans, educators, students, and anyone interested in learning more about Brain Injury and the journey of recovery.

KY approved CEU's will be available to those who register under Professional registration. Please click on the CEU link below for information on approved/pending disciplines.

Thank you for your interest in the

2021 NKY Virtual Brain Injury Conference

 

Virtual Platform Highlights:

Easy to navigate virtual hub 

Live presentations with Q & A opportunity

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available

Virtual Exhibit Hall available

Virtual connections with conference attendees

Anti-Discrimination Statement

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, martial 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 any conflict of interest.