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2020 Mind Matters Conference

Jan 6, 2020

March 26 & 27, 2020
Ramada by Wyndham
3333 13th Ave. South
Fargo, North Dakota

This annual two-day conference features nationally renowned speakers and highlights new research, trends, practice strategies, and collaborative models of care.

Preconference - Brain Injury Basics

March 25, 2020
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Ramada by Wyndham

This training is based on an interactive approach that will provide direct care staff, peer support specialists, and caregivers of individuals with brain injury a general knowledge of brain injury and what it means for the individuals they serve. The training also offers practical techniques for handling difficult behaviors of individuals with brain injury as well as building rapport with the individuals in their care.

Who Should Attend the Conference?

Due to the array of providers needed to successfully support individuals after a brain injury, a diverse, multidisciplinary audience including various professionals and individuals with brain injury, and their family members are invited to attend.

Keynote Speakers

  • Alysa Talbot and Jena Gorden – "Yoga and Meditation for Brain Injury: Evidence, Innovations, and Ways Forward"
  • Dr. Rod Swenson – "The Concept of TBI as a Chronic Health Condition"
  • Sandi Gruhot – "My Stroke Journey"

Registration Fees

  • Preconference and Full Conference: $225
  • Full Conference: $200
  • One Day Only: $125
  • Preconference Only: $50
  • Survivor/Immediate Family Member: $75 Preconference and Full, $50 Full

Register Today

Interested in Exhibiting?

Three sponsorship levels are available. Spaces fill up quickly, so register today!

Questions?

Contact Carly Endres at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.


The Mind Matters Conference on Brain Injury is coordinated and facilitated by the North Dakota Brain Injury Network (NDBIN), located within the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Funding for the NDBIN is provided by the North Dakota Department of Human Services.