Survive Strive Thrive: Thriving Through Family A free one day workshop about brain injury. This year's theme will look at how family relationships support the recovery of the brain injury survivor. Attendance is free but registration is required. Please email email@example.com to register.
The Ride for Refuge is a family friendly bike and walk event that raises funds for charities who serve the displaced, exploited and vulnerably. The Cridge Centre hosts the Victoria event and also has teams participating. To learn more or to register, click here or go to www.rideforrefuge.org. We would love to see you there!
Come join us for a morning of Christmas cheer as we Stuff the Stocking to support our Respitality program! There will be good things to eat, music and a chance to chat with staff, volunteers and families who are part of Respitality. This is a great way to kick off the Christmas season and show […]
Thriving through the shadows. 5th Annual Conference on Brain Injury. Free Admission - registration required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seats. Speakers: Dr. David Musnick: Certified practitioner in Functional Medicine and a member of the teaching faculty at the Institute of Functional Medicine. Bruno Guevremont: Veteran, Invictus Games Ambassador, Bell Let’s Talk Ambassador and Team Canada Captain […]
Survive Strive Thrive 2019: Brain Injury, Mental Health, & Addiction is a FREE one-day annual conference, held in conjunction with Brain Injury Awareness month. The purpose of SST is to provide education to healthcare professionals, students, and families and survivors living with a brain injury on the best practices, challenges and solutions when living with a […]
Join us as we discuss ground-breaking research linking brain injury and intimate partner violence. The session will offer a brief overview of the links between intimate partner violence (IPV) and brain injury (BI), followed by the launching of an IPV/BI toolkit for front line workers developed by the University of Toronto in collaboration with The Cridge Centre for the Family.