Information Session

Pathway to Peers

A local event designed to connect Nova Scotians with disabilities, acquired brain injury, and lived stroke experience and the professionals and support persons that work with these populations to the people, products, services, and programs that matter to them most.

Featured speakers

  • Dr. Mark Bayley, Program Medical Director & Physiatrist-in-Chief (UHN-Toronto Rehabiliation Institute)
  • Dr. Michelle Nelson, Chief Knowledge Officer (March of Dimes Canada), Scientist (Sinai Health System), & Asst. Prof. (University of Toronto)
  • Dr. Richard Braha, Psychologist & Program Manager of Acquired Brain Injury Program (Nova Scotia Health)
  • Chloe Luckett, ABI Survivor, Advocate, and Program & Community Engagement Coordinator (Brain Injury NS)
  • Kevin Murphy, Former MLA (Eastern Short) & Speaker of Nova Scotia House of Assembly and Longtime Advocate

Plus: Dr. Wayne MacLeod, Paige Black, Sarah Blanchard, Shelley Pick, Elizabeth Scarth, and more

Event Details

Event Cost

Fee type
No charge
Event Location

St. Andrew's Community Centre
3380 Barnstead Lane
Halifax NS B3L 0A8
Canada