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Published on: September 8, 2019
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
On October 10th, World Mental Health Day 2019, hear a 360-degree perspective on how to achieve and maintain good mental health.
Year of the Mind is a one-of-a-kind event focused on mental wealth, built for hard-working Canadians and the companies who care about them. Hear inspiring expert speakers who will share preventative tools and solutions for navigating life’s challenges and creating a more satisfying work experience.
Learn to harness the power of technology to promote mental wealth. The country’s most innovative tech leaders will share their outlook on the future and demonstrate how their evidence-based tools catalyze mental well-being.
Thursday October 10, 2019 | 8:00am – 4:30pm
MaRs Discovery District | 101 College St. | Toronto
Here’s 3 great reasons to attend!
1. Exclusive access to evidence-based mental wealth training.
You’ll get a front row seat to some of Canada’s most respected mental wellness experts, psychologists, industry leaders and change-makers as they share insights into catalyzing mental wealth for your team.
2. Do good and feel good with a charitable portion of ticket sales.
When you buy a ticket to Year of the Mind 2019, 25% of the purchase price is donated to Women’s Brain Health Initiative, a program that educates and funds research to combat brain-aging diseases that affect women. You’ll get a charitable tax receipt for this portion—now that’s a win-win.
3. Navigate our technology-driven future.
Year of the Mind is made possible thanks to:
Sun Life Women’s Brain Health Initiative Gowling WLG MaRs
Mind What Matters Howatt MindWell U
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