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Research Reviews: Brain Health and Nutrition

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Watson Centre Society for Brain Health

3713 Kensington Avenue

Burnaby, BC V5B 0A7


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Watson Centre Society for Brain Health is dedicated to improving the outcomes and quality of life of individuals who have experienced a brain injury (or concussion). Active rehabilitation is the best way to target your brain's ability to heal, and it is never too late to start.

As a way of sharing our knowledge of evidence-based practices to the survivors that need it most, community members are now able to attend free programs and events on days our registered program is closed.

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Learn about the WCSBH program and how it is changing lives and the narrative around brain injury recovery here.

Research Reviews: Brain Health and Nutrition is a group for anyone with brain injury that is looking for new ways to challenge their minds, is interested in brain health research and would like to engage in a group discussion with other brain injury survivors! If this sounds like you, come join us for this cognitive challenge at the Watson Centre Society for Brain Health on every 2nd Friday from 12:00-1:30pm.

Each month we will review a scientific research article or TedTalk related to brain injury rehabilitation, neuroscience, brain health or nutrition! Nutrition-related topics will cycle every other month. You will learn how to uncover useful tips and information from research articles by critically reading scientific research and engaging in an active discussion about the article. Join us to learn new tips for supporting your recovery, all while being in a supportive group setting with like-minded individuals!

What you need to bring:

  • A notepad, pen and highlighters!

  • An interest in reading scientific journal articles!

  • Most importantly, an inquisitive and open mind!

Please contact us if you have any questions

Accessibility Information:

Physical: WCSBH Friday Programs are located on the Second Floor, accessible by stairs or elevator. To enter the room, there are double-wide doors. Men and Women's washrooms are located directly beside the room, each with a wide corner stall, with two hand bars. Private accessible washrooms can be found in the building. There will be chairs available.

Visual: Large floor to ceiling windows with adjustable blinds and no flourescent lighting. There are multiple soft white lamps that can be adjusted as needed.

Auditory: No buzzing or hum has been noticed in the room. Some external noises can be heard, as the space is not soundproofed. However it is located in a quieter area of the building. Sorry, we will not have an ASL interpreter available. Please let us know if this prevents you from participating.

Allergies: We are a scent-reduced space, and request attendees to refrain from using fragrances or scented products. We are a nut-free facility.

Registered Service Animals only, please.

We do not tolerate discrimination and welcome anyone that identifies as having a concussion, acquired brain injury or traumatic brain injury. Injuries do not discriminate, neither do we - based on ethnicity, sexual orientation, colour, gender identity, aboriginal ancestory, immigration status, etc.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that WCSBH occupies on the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples. Unceded means that this land was never surrendered, relinquished or handed over in any way. We recognize that the unceded land that we occupy includes Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh, Tsleil-Waututh and Kwikwetlem peoples.

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Watson Centre Society for Brain Health

3713 Kensington Avenue

Burnaby, BC V5B 0A7


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