National Brain Injury Employment Conference to be held June 16-17

CTAT will be hosting the 4th annual National Brain Injury Employment Conference June 16-17 in Aurora, Colorado. The “Building Bridges” National Brain Injury Employment Conference is a unique forum that brings together all the stakeholders in the brain injury and employment fields-survivors, veterans, family members and professionals-for an interactive and inspirational two days of learning and networking.

This conference is your opportunity to connect with brain injury survivors, veterans and service members with brain injury, employment specialists, rehabilitation counselors and professionals from a variety of fields related to brain injury treatment and recovery. By becoming an exhibitor, you will be able to interact with potential clients, network with professionals and organizations from around the country and promote your organization on a national stage.

One exhibitor from last year shared, “Having an exhibit booth at the National Brain Injury Employment Conference offered a first-hand opportunity to meet and network with so many warm and caring individuals–brain injury survivors, family members and professionals. It was a great way to introduce our services, and then to offer those services to new clients after the conference.”

Attached is a form with additional information regarding sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities at the conference. You can learn more about the conference or register to attend at http://ctat-training.com/National_BI_Employment_Conference.

For more info, contact Sandra Ruiz at Denver Options CTAT at 303-368-3837 or by email at [email protected]

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