BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. - Hundreds of experts in brain injury care throughout Minnesota will come together for the 29th Annual Conference for Professionals in Brain Injury on April 10 & 11.
This year's event addresses the constantly changing field of brain injury technology, the growing understanding of the brain, and the quest for identity and meaning after brain injury or concussion.
On April 11 well known playwright, storyteller and author, Kevin Kling will present an inspiring session on Healing Through Connection: The Power of Personal Story.
Kling has had to readjust to life with a brain injury since a motorcycle accident in Minneapolis.
His perspective on disability is deep and eloquent, but above all else – it is also very funny.
Kling's closing presentation of the conference will be on April 11 at 2:45 p.m. at the Earle Brown Heritage Center.
A book signing will follow his presentation.
Kling's event is open to the public and tickets are $40 for non conference attendees, with all proceeds going to programs provided by the Minnesota Brian Injury Alliance to help people navigate life after a brain injury.
You can purchase your ticket by calling the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance at 800-669-6442 or 612-378-2742.