Diverse group mingling at event smaller

The Traumatic Brain Injury Conference NZ is set to take place on March 12th and 13th 2025, at Te Pae, Christchurch's premier convention centre.

Organised by Interpoint Events in partnership with the Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust, the new conference aims to bring together experts, professionals, those with lived experience, and people who work or participate in areas where traumatic brain injury is often present but undiagnosed.

Exploring the theme “Keeping it Real: Real Injury, Real People, Real Lives”, the conference will uniquely emphasise the lived experiences of individuals and their families/whānau affected by TBI. Through personal stories and firsthand accounts, attendees will gain deeper insights into the multifaceted impact of brain injury. Latest research, rehabilitation, and ways of enhancing people’s lives with new ideas and solutions to everyday issues will also be key themes. 

About Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust  
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can have wide-ranging effects, including cognitive, behavioural, emotional, and physical challenges. These effects can hinder independence, relationships, employment, education and participation in leisure and social activities.

At Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust, we understand the diverse nature of TBI effects and provide tailored assessment, rehabilitation and support services to our clients through a highly skilled interdisciplinary team of over 220 trained professionals. 

We strive to enhance the quality of life and promote the inclusion of people living with brain injuries and complex disability and at any given time we are supporting around 1000 people in the Canterbury and surrounding communities. 

Brought to you by


In collaboration with



Registration Details Coming Soon