Acquired Brain Injury Information

Posted April 10, 2015
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This directory contains links to quality services which we deem to be an excellent source of information and advocacy. You should though verify the accuracy and timeliness of any information found on any website.

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Anne Johnston Health Station   The Anne Johnston Health Station (AJHS) is a not-for-profit community health centre providing a wide range of programs and services that promote the health and well-being of youth, seniors and people with physical disabilities.
Anthony Aquan-AsseeMotivational speaker, author and elementary school teacher. In 1997, Anthony was left in a coma and declared ‘brain dead’ after sustaining a severe Traumatic Brain Injury in a terrible motorcycle accident. Today, he is an award-winning author.
Brain Injury Association of CanadaImproving the quality of life for all Canadians affected by acquired brain injury and promoting its prevention!
Brain Injury Association of Durham RegionA charitable, non-profit organization whose members are people of Durham Region who have experienced brain injuries, their families and others who share our vision
Brain Injury Association of London & RegionThe Association began in 1982 in response to the lack of knowledge and services available to those who were affected by head injury.
Brain Injury Association of NiagaraA registered non-profit agency committed to maximizing the quality of life for individuals with brain injury and their loved ones through support, advocacy and information and to raising awareness and prevention of brain injury, particularly among children and young adults.
Brain Injury Association of North BayThe Brain Injury Association of North Bay and Area provides support, information and assistance to those living with a brain injury.
Brain Injury Association of the Ottawa ValleyA non-profit organization that helps acquired brain injury survivors reconnect with their environment.
Brain Injury Association of Peel and HaltonA non-profit organization, which exists for the needs of families and survivors of brain injury in the Peel and Halton Regions.
Brain Injury Association of Quinte DistrictA not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with Acquired Brain Injury, their families, and their communities by promoting awareness through educational information and outreach services.
Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie and DistrictA facility to increase awareness of brain injury through education, awareness and through support.
Brain Injury Association of Sarnia-Lambton
Brain Injury Association Sudbury & DistrictThe Brain Injury Association Sudbury & District supports the Greater City of Sudbury with services such as, monthly support groups, survivor social events, helmet awareness program, annual golf tournament, annual newsletter, peer mentoring program, resource centre and provincial conference.
Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-WellingtonThe Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-Wellington is dedicated to providing social activities and resources to help people living with brain injuries and their families.
Brain Injury Association of Windsor/Essex CountyThe Brain Injury Association of Windsor & Essex County is committed to enhancing the lives of residents of Windsor and Essex County affected by acquired brain injury through education, awareness and support.
Brain Injury Association of York RegionThe Brain Injury Association of York Region is committed to providing information, support and advocacy to those living with the effects of Acquired Brain Injury.
Brain Injury Community Re-entry (Niagara) Inc.A non-profit organization that provides support services and rehabilitation to individuals living with the effects of an acquired brain injury.
Brain Injury Services and Step Up! ABI Recovery (Hamilton)Brain Injury Services and its fee-for-service division, Step Up! ABI Recovery, provide a full range of rehabilitation programs and services for individuals living with the effects of a brain injury. They offer everything from supervised 24-hour-a-day complex residential care, to transitional living arrangements, to independent living supported by an extensive community services program.
Brain Injury Services Muskoka SimcoePrograms to facilitate the continued growth and learning of individuals who have the potential for more independent lifestyles.
Brain Injury Services of Northern OntarioA non-profit charitable organization which provides rehabilitation and support services within the community to individuals living with the effects of an Acquired Brain Injury.
Brain Injury Society of TorontoBIST supports ABI survivors and their family members. Membership is open to anyone in the community with an interest in the challenges that come with living with the effects of brain injury.
BrainlineBrainLine is a national multimedia project offering information and resources about preventing, treating, and living with TBI.
Camp DawnCamp Dawn is a camping experience for adults with acquired brain injuries
Centre for Disease Control – Traumatic Brain InjuryCDC’s research and programs work to prevent TBI and help people better recognize, respond, and recover if a TBI occurs.
Community Head Injury Resource ServicesCHIRS, formerly known as Ashby House, started in 1978 as the first community-based brain injury rehabilitation program in North America.
Community SolutionsCommunity Solutions specializes in assisting individuals with Acquired Brain Injury to re-establish their lives in their own homes and communities.
COTA HealthCOTA Health is an accredited provider of mental health and community support services. Our programs provide support to adults living with serious mental illness, geriatric mental health conditions, acquired brain injury, developmental disabilities and dual diagnosis.
Dale Brain Injury ServicesDale Brain Injury Services provides a continuum of high quality, client-centered services to persons affected by an acquired brain injury.
Designable EnvironmentsA unique organization of consultants who assist our clients in the creation of accessible environments through the practical application of universal design principles.
Disabled Sailing Association of OntarioThe Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario (DSAO) is dedicated to providing people living with a disability the opportunity to learn about and enjoy sailing.
Drivelab Inc.DriveLab provides graded exposure to driving for people who have physical, cognitive, emotional or developmental disabilities, as well as to seniors who require assistance in maintaining their driver status.
Dr. Alan Finlayson & Associates (Neuropsychologist)Psychological assessment and psychological treatment to people with a wide range of presenting problems, from relatively mild and straightforward situations to moderately severe and complex issues.
Dr. Lisa Keith Psychological ServicesPrivate psychology practice that is committed to improving the mental and emotional well-being of others, through the provision of high quality psychological services to adults in Hamilton and surrounding areas.
Essentially YouAt Essentially You, social work theories and principles are the foundation to their approach when supporting individuals and families. They provide person centre care whereby respecting and valuing the needs, wishes and voice of clients.
Family Caregiver AllianceFCA is a public voice for caregivers. Programs include
Four Counties Brain Injury AssociationFrom its origins in 1988, the Association has evolved into a dynamic and responsive agency that provides a range of support services to individuals living with an Acquired Brain Injury and have complex and diverse needs.
Hamilton Brain Injury AssociationTo ensure the quality of life for survivors of brain injury, and their families, through education, support and advocacy.
Head Injuries Happen to FamiliesArticle by Judith Falconer, Ph.D.
Head Injury Association of Fort Erie and DistrictAdvocates on behalf of individuals who have acquired brain injury and their families, promotes prevention and public awareness of the needs of this unique population.
Health in Motion RehabilitationToronto-based rehabilitation clinic that provides specialized treatments for children with cerebral palsy, developmental delay, acquired brain injury, and paediatric stroke
HILL Program (Hamilton)HILL Program is a transitional living program for individuals with an acquired brain injury. Rehabilitation is provided as residential, outreach and/or day treatment.
Living with Brain Injury: Post-Rehabilitation RecoveryArticle by Judith Falconer, Ph.D.
Mayo Clinic: Traumatic Brain InjurySymptoms, causes, risks, tests, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, support
MukiBaum Treatment CentresFor children and adults with complex disabilities.
NeuroConnectNeuroConnect provides information, resources, and support to people living with acquired brain injury and their families as well as brings awareness of brain injury to the public.
Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of OntarioThe rehabilitation programs of NRIO are developed to assist persons with brain injuries and other neurologic impairments achieve success by increasing their level of independence.
New BeginningsThe New Beginnings Club enhances the quality of life for survivors of acquired brain injury (ABI) including stroke, and their family members.
Nursing & Homemakers Inc.Delivering innovative, safe client focused culturally sensitive Nursing and Personal Care in a cost effective and efficient manner.
Ontario Brain Injury AssociationThe OBIA mission is to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support.
Ontario Neurotrauma FoundationNeurotrauma research and innovation in action: changing lives, changing attitudes and changing our public systems in making a stronger Ontario for all our citizens.
Recreational RespiteTo maximize the quality of life for any individual and their families, who are coping with a cognitive (memory or acquired) impairment, physical challenge or developmental disability and provide inclusive and successful environments.
Safe Kids CanadaSafe Kids Canada’s mission is to lead and inspire a culture of safety across the country in order to reduce unintentional injuries, the leading cause of death among children and youth in Canada.
Seizure & Brain Injury CentreSince 1988, the Seizure & Brain Injury Centre has been serving the Cochrane-Timiskaming area, with assistance and resources for those with both epilepsy and acquired brain injuries.
Stress Management Following Brain InjuryArticle by Judith A. Falconer, Ph.D.
Thames Valley Children’s CentreRehabilitation centre for children & young adults with physical disabilities, communication disorders, developmental delays & autism spectrum disorders, in Southwestern Ontario.
ThinkFirst CanadaThinkFirst is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of brain and spinal cord injuries.
Toronto ABI NetworkToronto ABI Network connects people with Acquired Brain Injury to the services they need.
Traumatic Brain Injury Survival GuideBy Dr. Glen Johnson, Clinical Neuropsychologist
While you are waiting…A page directed to those who are waiting while someone is in a coma due to brain injury


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This directory contains links to quality services which we deem to be an excellent source of information and advocacy. You should though verify the accuracy and timeliness of any information found with any website.

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