Education & Prevention

Raising Awareness. Reducing Brain Injury.

Approximately 1.5 million people in Canada are living with a brain injury. The incidence of brain injury outnumbers breast cancer, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis and HIV/AIDS - combined. Yet up to 90% of brain injuries are preventable.
Through education we're bringing brain injury to the forefront and reducing preventable brain injury. 

Youth + Schools

Youth + Schools

Preventing Brain Injury For The Next Generation.

From School Presentations to Helmet Safety, we offer many services and programs for youth on education and prevention.  Click the links below to take you to the relevant page.

School Programs

  • Includes programs, presentations, school events, and downloadable materials

Helmet Safety Program

  • More information on our helmet safety program for kids

Youth Concussion Info

  • Information and facts on concussions in youth, includes website and article links



We've collected information on brain injury, useful links, and brain injury facts, as well as community resources for Okanagan and B.C. residents. Click the links below to take you to the relevant page.

Brain Injury Information

  • Includes facts, figures, and website and article links on brain injury

Community Resources

  • Important numbers, organizations, and resources for B.C. and Okanagan residents


One of our biggest educational events is our Brain Injury Symposium, BRAINx. Sponsored by Pushor Mitchell, this is a dynamic educational event with many speakers and educators. This has been a go-to learning opportunity in the field of brain injury for over 25 years.

Learn more here.

Community Presentations

We give education presentations throughout the community. Presentations are customized to meet audience needs. Thanks to Valley First for their support in funding the development of these impactful presentations..

Learn more here.

Want to get involved?

Learn about the ways you can support BrainTrust's work to raise awareness and reduce preventable brain injury.