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Working Together to Help Survivors of Catastrophic Brain Injury

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Baxter Creek Golf Club

1702 Cedar Valley Road

Fraserville, ON K0L 1V0

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Half-Day Seminar in Peterborough - Working Together to Identify, Gain Funding For and Help Survivors of Catastrophic Brain Injury: Breakthrough Technologies and Developments.

Sponsored by Thomson, Rogers Personal Injury Lawyers with all proceeds to benefit the Brain Injury Association Peterborough Region.

Brain injury survivors from car accidents may not be obtaining the catastrophic benefit to funding which they may be entitled.

This Friday morning half-day seminar will:

  1. Discuss breakthrough technologies which can show positive findings of mild, moderate and severe brain injury,
  2. Address clinical evaluations of function which can confirm catastrophic impairment, and
  3. Provide tools enabling family, friends, personal care, rehabilitation support and treatment team members to help identify and work with individuals who have sustained catastrophic brain injuries.

Speakers include:
David MacDonald, Personal Injury Lawyer, Thomson Rogers
Ian Furlong, Personal Injury Lawyer, Thomson Rogers
Dr. Joanna Hamilton, Neuropsychologist
Sheila Don, Occupational Therapist, Innovative Occupational Therapy Services


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Cost: $50.00 (includes continental breakfast, lunch and conference material).

If you prefer to pay by cheque, please make your cheque payable to Thomson, Rogers and mail it to:

Attn: Elisa O'Neill
Thomson, Rogers
390 Bay Street, Suite 3100
Toronto, ON M5H 1W2.

If you have any questions, please contact Elisa O'Neill at eoneill@thomsonrogers.com or 416-868-3195.

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