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TOPIC:  Learn about the Brain Injury Speaks Network 

Presenter: Gazal Kukreja, OBIA 

The purpose of the Brain Injury Speaks Network is to identify provincial issues impacting people with brain injuries and to establish an allied voice to reach government planners and policy-makers. Find out more about more, HERE.

Gazal Kukreja is the Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator at the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) where she leads and facilitates the Brain Injury Speaks Stakeholder Engagement Network. The goal of Brain Injury Speaks is to empower those who are living with brain injury to share their experiences, engage in dialogue, and advise on the future direction of brain injury care in Ontario.

Special Guest:  Steve Gregory of After ABI Rehab will present about his recent book, ‘The Journey Continues’. 

Register, HERE

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Our online programs take place on the Zoom platform.

About our Online Programs:

We understand online webinars can be cognitively exhausting for many people, especially those living with ABI. Please feel free to take a break from the session whenever you need to. Feel free to re-join the session at any time, if you wish. Do not feel obligated to attend the full session if it doesn’t suit your needs.

BIST uses the Zoom Platform for our online programming. If this is your first time using ZOOM, you will need to download it, HERE.

Questions about Downloading Zoom?

Get instructions how to download Zoom, HERE. You can also contact BIST at 416-830-1485 OR [email protected] if you have any questions.

Security Concerns?

BIST uses the Healthcare Plan on Zoom, which is HIPAA compliant. In addition we are undertaking the following measures to increase security:

  1. BIST will use the Waiting Room option before the webinar or support group begins. Please note the meeting host will need to let you in prior to starting the meeting.
  2. The webinar or support group will be locked 10 minutes after each session begins.
  3. Webinars, such as Community Meetings, will be password protected. When you register for a group, a password will be sent to you in an email. You will need to use this password to access the session. Support Groups, Men’s Drop In and Community Outings will not require a password.
  4. As a reminder, although our webinars are recorded and uploaded to our website to share knowledge, support groups and other programs are not recorded. Please note during the webinars and on the recordings only the Presenters are visible and not the attendees.


November 25, 2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm