Intimate Partner Violence & Acquired Brain Injury

Every year thousands of Canadian women experience intimate partner violence, potentially causing disabling permanent traumatic brain injuries. This connection, and its implications, is still left largely unexplored. How can we improve care and services for those affected?

Nanaimo Brain Injury Society, in partnership with Haven Society, Society for Equity, Inclusion and Advocacy, Nanaimo Family Life Association, and Island Health, are bringing together front-line workers, people with lived experience, service providers, and the public to understand the intersection of intimate partner violence and brain injury. Through presentations, workshops, and discussion you’ll learn about current research, tools and resources, and future directions for support services from leading experts in the field (Presenters from University of Toronto and University of British Columbia). Lunch will be provided.

Registration and more details: https://ipvandabi.eventbrite.ca

Community Tickets: FREE (lived experience and/or financial barriers*)
Early Bird Rate: $25 (before Jan. 16th)
Tickets: $50 (after Jan. 16th - Professionals, Community Organizations & other Community Members)

*We invite people with lived experience and/or financial barriers to attend at NO COST with the Community Ticket option. We would like this event to be accessible to ALL. For those who can, your registration fee helps to support this event.

This event is supported in part by United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island. 

Event Date
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Event Location

Curling Club, 106 Wall Street, Nanaimo

To Register
Contact

Adrienne Bennest, Education and Community Liaison, Nanaimo Brain Injury Society at 250-753-5600 ext. 202 | adrienne@nbis.ca