Connect with the Brain Injury Community at the 2022 Nebraska Brain Injury ConferenceJanuary 10, 2022
Nebraska - The Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska is excited to present the virtual Nebraska Brain Injury Conference that will take place from March 17-18, 2022 on the Whova online event platform. This year, the Nebraska Brain Injury Conference features presentations and stories on topics such as sleep after brain injury, combatting compassion fatigue, and resilience.
Each year, the conference gathers approximately 200 participants and it is anticipated that the 2022 conference will have similar attendance. The 2022 Nebraska Brain Injury Conference is a unique opportunity for brain injury professionals and members of the brain injury community to connect with one another, and learn about relevant topics in the field of brain injury, and be inspired by stories from the brain injury community.
Date and Times:
March 17, 2022 • 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., CST
March 18, 2022 • 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., CST
Whova online event platform
Tickets and Registration:
Tickets for the event can be purchased online at: https://biane.org/2022-conference/.
Professional attendees: $170 through February 20, 2022; $190 starting February 21, 2022.
Individuals with brain injuries and their caregivers: $60 through February 20, 2022; $80 starting February 21, 2022.
For more information, contact:
Peggy Reisher, Executive Director
About the Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska
The Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska (BIA-NE) was founded in 2009 to help individuals with brain injuries rebuild their lives, restore purposeful living, and restore hope and optimism.
Serving the brain injury population means securing and developing community-based services, providing support groups and access to pertinent information and medical resources, and service referrals. It also means educating professionals who work with children and adults with brain injury.
These impactful services are provided by BIA-NE resource facilitators located throughout the state of Nebraska who are available to help individuals living with the effects of brain injury. To learn more about the BIA-NE resource facilitation program and its staff members, visit https://biane.org/events/resource-facilitation.html.
For more information on the BIA–NE and its impact on the brain injury community in Nebraska, contact Peggy Reisher, MSW, Executive Director, at email@example.com or 402-890-0606.Contact:Brittney Lippincott, Marketing & Special Eventsbrittney@biane.org, (402) 683-0724