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Upcoming Events

Fargo Brain Talks – Lunch and Learn
July 22 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm Central (every Monday)
Downtown Engagement Center (222 4th Street North)
Fargo, North Dakota

Have a FREE meal and learn about brain injury, what it means if you have one, and some strategies to manage symptoms. No registration needed.

If you have questions, contact Carly at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.

Webinar Wednesdays!
1:30 – 3:00 pm Central

  • July 24 – Resilient Roots
  • August 7 – Why the Eyes Are a Window Into the Brain After a Brain Injury
  • August 21 – Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body
  • September 4 – Wives of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
  • September 18 – Your Story Is Your Superpower
  • October 2 – The Rancho Los Amigos Scale of Cognitive Recovery, Part 1
  • October 16 – The Rancho Los Amigos Scale of Cognitive Recovery, Part 2
  • October 30 – The Rancho Los Amigos Scale of Cognitive Recovery, Part 3

These FREE webinars are designed to meet your needs whether you are a brain injury/stroke survivor, caregiver, or provider.

Grand Forks Brain Talks – Lunch and Learn
These Fridays: July 26, August 9, August 30 (plus more dates coming) from 12:00 – 1:00 pm Central
Mountainbrooke Mental Health Recovery Center (112 North 3rd Street)
Grand Forks, North Dakota

Have a FREE meal and learn about brain injury, what it means if you have one, and some strategies to manage symptoms. No registration needed.

If you have questions, contact Carly at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.

Monthly Virtual Support Group
July 29 @ 2:00 pm Central (last Monday of every month)

Online support group for brain injury survivors, providers, and caregivers. Help others understand brain injury.

If you have questions, contact Carly at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.

Devils Lake Brain Talks – Brunch and Learn
August 1 from 10:00 – 11:00 am Central (first Thursday of the month)
Amachi Mentoring (414 4th Avenue NE)
Devils Lake, North Dakota

Have a FREE brunch and learn about brain injury, what it means if you have one, and some strategies to manage symptoms. No registration needed.

Contact Nickie at nicole.livedalen@und.edu or (701) 317-4172 with any questions.

North Dakota Brain Injury Advisory Council Meeting
Noon – 3:00 pm Central

  • August 8 – Virtual
  • November 14 – Virtual

The North Dakota Brain Injury Advisory Council meets four times per year to discuss and plan brain injury policies and services. The meetings are open to the public.

FREE Zoom Training for Direct Service Providers
Register for any session: August 13 | September 24 | October 15 | November 19 | December 17
10:00 am – 1:00 pm Central

Carly Endres with the North Dakota Brain Injury Network will be covering the states required training for Direct Service Providers – Introduction to Brain Injury and Cognitive and Behavioral Consequences of Brain Injury. Training will include breaks. You will get a certificate of completion after submitting your final test. Use a device that will allow you to complete pre and posttests. Print this optional presentation guide to help you follow along with the training. If you have questions, contact Carly at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.

2024 Virtual Concussion Symposium – Call for Presentations NOW OPEN
Symposium: September 13 from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Central

Presentations should feature topics of interest to the community that highlight new innovative research, trends, practice strategies, and collaborative models of care for individuals that have sustained a concussion or a mild traumatic brain injury.

If you have questions, contact Carly at carly.endres@und.edu or (701) 777-8004.