Ottawa - 2015 Brain Injury Walk
Awareness is the key
On Saturday June 20th, 2015, come and join me, Robert Wein,
in Ottawa at Andrew Haydon Park for the
4th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk
1km, 2km, 5km
June has been officially named "Brain Injury Awareness" month in Ottawa. To raise awareness and funds, I am hosting the 4th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk on June 20th at Andrew Haydon Park.
This will be more than just the walk, it will be a celebration of success. There will be people with different abilities. The walk will start at 10am, lunch will be at 12:15 and everybody will be empowered by their accomplishment.
Acquired Brain Injury Facts:
Did you know that TBI (traumatic brain injury) is more common than breast cancer, spinal cord injury, HIV/AIDS, and multiple sclerosis, COMBINED? In the province of Ontario, where there are two million people diagnosed with a neurological condition; 500,000 people have an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) as a result of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and multiple Traumatic Brain Injuries (mTBI). In a company of 10 people that would be 4 people affected, or 10 people in a company of 40.
You can register on-line or if you would prefer to not register on-line
email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.
Additionally, you can come to our office to pick-up a registration & pledge form
but call 613.233.3322 before you arrive.
Our location is: Pathways to Independence, 356 Woodroffe Ave Unit 202 Ottawa K2B 3V6
This is the strip of businesses behind Kettleman's Bagel on the corner of
Carling and Woodroffe. We are upstairs.
Be aware that Google Maps is wrong.
*Please note that registrations received AFTER Wednesday June 3rd 2015 will not be eligible for a Walk T-Shirt
June 20 9:00 AM EDT - Arrival
June 20 10:00 AM EDT - Inspirational Speeches
June 20 10:00 AM EDT - Walk
June 20 12:30 PM EDT - Lunch
June 20 1:30 PM EDT - Celebration of success