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Kids Brain Health Network (virtual)
Help promote awareness around multidisciplinary research for children and youth with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families
The Kids Brain Health Network (KBHN) and the SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre are partnering to support communications and knowledge mobilization on the vast array of multidisciplinary research surrounding children and youth with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families.
Since 2010, KBHN has been a national research Network under the Networks of Centres of Excellence Program (NCE). The NCE is a Canadian government initiative that funds partnerships between universities, industry, government and not-for-profit organizations to create large-scale research networks.
As a research network, KBHN engages and partners with community groups, non-profit organizations, industry, parents, clinicians, health professionals, provincial and federal governments to develop and implement innovative solutions and services with the potential to improve the lives of children and youth living with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families. This collaborative effort is providing health care professionals, policymakers, caregivers and families with tools and information to promote earlier identification, better treatment, and optimal outcomes for children and youth today and in the future.
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Contact Trisha Dulku at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
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