ONF Partners with The Conference Board of Canada on Healthy Canada: Healthy Brains Across the Lifespan

January 21, 2016

The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation is pleased to partner with The Conference Board of Canada on Healthy Canada: Healthy Brains Across the Lifespan on March 2, 2016 in Toronto.  As a valued contact you are eligible to receive a discounted rate of $795.

Brain health has a huge impact on the way Canadians live their lives. In the next 15 years, estimates indicate that the number of cases of dementia will near 1.4 million—a shocking 90 per cent increase from 2011. In addition to those alarming numbers, an estimated 4.2 million employed Canadians are living with mental illness.

Join us on March 2nd as experts and delegates discuss neurological and mental health challenges across the three buckets of life—children and youth, adulthood, and the aging population. This approach will uncover the issues and their impact on Canadians. 

Visit the Conference Board website to view the agenda, which includes speakers:

·        André Picard, Public Health Reporter, The Globe and Mail

·        Dan Goldowitz, Scientific Director, NeuroDevNet

·        Dr. Kathleen Pajer, Chief, Department of Psychiatry, The Children's Hospital of                  Eastern Ontario

·        Dr. Jana Davidson, Psychiatrist-in-Chief, BC Children's Hospital

·        Alex Munter, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Children's Hospital of                    Eastern Ontario

To register for the event and receive your reduced registration fee, quote Rebate Code PRM12 at checkout. Please note that this rate applies to non-registered delegates only.

If you have any questions about registration or the program, please contact Emily Hayward at hayward@conferenceboard.ca or call 613-526-3090 ext. 393.

This event is the second in a three-part series. Mark your calendar for Future Care for Seniors on May 12, 2016 in Toronto!


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