Brain Injury Association of Canada Conference
September 25-27, 2013, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Conference and Speaker Program (pdf)
Official Conference Hotel
Exhibitor & Sponsorship Prospectus (pdf)
Call for Abstracts
BIAC created national awards to recognize the significant contribution of an individual, group (i.e. fundraising committee) or organization (i.e. medical research facility, brain injury association, corporation etc) in appropriate categories dedicated to advance the cause of acquired brain injury in Canada. Call for Nominations / Applications
Registration and Accommodation Information
Registration Fees for Conference
If financial assistance is required please contact your local and provincial ABI Association and sponsors.
Early Bird, Before June 15, 2013
• Professionals & Health Care Providers: $425
• Survivors: $225
• Family/Caregiver: $225 (when accompanying a survivor)
After June 15, 2013
• Professionals and Health Care Providers: $475
• Survivors and Family/Caregivers: $300
• Registered Student or Senior (over 60): $350
• Single Day: $160
• Student / Senior Single Day: $125
• Survivor Single Day: $100
Fee includes conference and nutrition breaks, lunch (commencing on Wednesday and up to and including Friday Lunch)
You may register in one of the following 3 ways:
Option 1 ONLINE (preferred) This is a 2 step process.
Step 1: Please complete and submit the form below.
Step 2: After submitting the form above, please select the appropriate button or buttons below and make your payment through PayPal. You don’t have to have a PayPal account. You can use a major credit card.
Option 2 FAX: Download the Registration Form (pdf), complete it and fax it to: 613-782-2228
Option 3 MAIL: Download the Registration Form (pdf), complete it and mail it with your payment to: The Brain Injury Association of Canada 2013 Conference; 440 Laurier Ave. West, Suite 200; Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 7X6
|Early Bird, up to June 28, 2015, 2pm EDT||After June 28, 2015, 2pm EDT|
|Professionals & Health Care Providers||$450||$525|
|Caregiver (when accompanying a survivor)||$235||$300|
|Registered Student or Senior (over 60)||$350||$350|
|Student / Senior Single Day||$150||$150|
|Survivor / Caregiver Single Day||$125||$125|
Brain Injury Association of Canada, 2013 Annual Conference Official Hotel
Ambassador Conference Resort, 1550 Princess Street, Kingston, ONT K7M 9E3, 613-548-3605, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ambassadorhotel.com. Please reserve your rooms before September 1st, 2013 to take advantage of the conference rates.
- Standard: 2 Queen Bedroom: $105
- Comfort Class: 2 Queen Bedroom, $115
- Business Class: King Bedroom: $115
- King Whirlpool Room: (king bed & 2 person whirlpool): $145
- King Whirlpool Deluxe: (king bed, sofa bed & 4 person whirlpool): $155
The above rates are subject to applicable taxes. The rates are based on single and double occupancy.
- Take exit #613 (Sydenham Road) off Hwy 401.
- Follow Sydenham Road south until you reach the first set of lights.
- Turn left on to Princess Street (Hwy 2).
- The Ambassador Resort Hotel is located on the right, just after the overpass.
Reference: “BIAC 2013”. Book by September 1, 2013 to avoid disappointment.
BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS TODAY!
A great way to start your getaway to Kingston is with a romantic adventure on the rails. It’s a great way to relax, enjoy a book, do the crossword or enjoy the beautiful scenery, traffic free!VIA Rail Canada travels to Kingston with frequent departures from stations in the Quebec City/Windsor Corridor, with a variety of fares that will suit your budget too. Train travel to Kingston is quick, comfortable and convenient. Treat yourself to VIA 1 known for its delicious meals and excellent service.
You can also fly into Kingston from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport with Air Ontario. Promotional fares are often available. Call 888-247-2262 or consult www.aircanadaregional.ca. From the U.S., there are flights into both Syracuse and Watertown Airports.