BIANYS 2021 ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND MEDICAL SYMPOSIUM

The Brain Injury Association of New York State’s Annual Conference and Medical Symposium will be virtual for 2021!

The Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) is thrilled to host our Annual Conference and Medical Symposium virtually again for 2021! We can not wait to be back together again in person for 2022. Until then we want to be sure to have a safe environment for all to enjoy on June 9, 10 and 11.

June 9 and 10 will feature our Annual Conference, providing learning opportunities for all: brain injury survivors, caregivers, brain injury service providers and professionals.  James B. Durham, III, TBI Survivor and Founder of TBI One Love will serve as keynote speaker. There will be presentations, panel discussions and more. This event will be hosted on the Pheedloop platform and is presented by Goldblatt & Associates, PC.

We invite you to get a first look at industry trends and information to support and serve New York’s brain injury community.

The Medical Symposium, held on June 11, will focus on brain injury rehabilitation in 2021 and what it looks like in this new landscape. Join our expert presenters to learn about COVID and its impacts on brain injury and treatments. This exciting day of learning is geared toward professionals in the brain injury community and those seeking a deeper understanding of what brain injury survivors face today.

“We have all learned so much in the last year about how to be sure we at BIANYS are there for our brain injury community. We are improving our knowledge daily and learning how to do things differently and better. This year we will bring you our Annual Conference and Medical Symposium virtually once again. We are so excited about the improvements on the platform and the incredible presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors that have helped make this virtual conference amazing,” said Eileen Reardon, BIANYS Executive Director. “We hope that next year we will once again all be together to celebrate the brain injury community.”

Thanks to the generous support and commitment of our sponsors, BIANYS can continue hosting this important conference for our brain injury survivors, their families, caregivers and professionals.

Those interested in participating in the Annual Conference and Medical Symposium can visit here for more information.

Contact information:

Brain Injury Association of New York State
4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 402
Albany, NY 12205
[email protected]
www.bianys.org
Main: 518-459-7911
Helpline: 1-800-444-6443
Fax: 518-482-5285