Brain Injury Associations
National Association: Brain Injury Canada
Provincial Association: Ontario Brain Injury Association
South Central Ontario
The affiliated associations’ main purposes are to provide a stronger voice for people living with acquired brain injury and to develop and produce province-wide programs. To date, those programs include: Peer Support Program; ABI Directory of Services and Provincial Conference.
OBIA and its affiliates feel strongly that together we can work more effectively in improving the quality of life for those affected by acquired brain injury, and that we can only be as strong as our affiliates.
HNHB ABI NETWORK SERVICE & SYSTEM NAVIGATOR:
Veronica Pepper, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: (905) 523-8852 x 251
Community-based Programs & Organizations:
211 is a free helpline that connects you to community and social services in your area 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in over 150 languages. Dial 211 to find resources like Food Access Programs, Help Lines, and Housing Support Services.
ABI Justice is the only resource in Ontario that aims to decrease common barriers that become present for persons with brain injury when faced with legal matters. Through simplified terms and brief education of the legal system and supporting resources; ABI Justice is a porthole for legal information as it pertains to those who have sustained or those who assist clients who live with a brain injury.
Serves the rehabilitation needs of adults with acquired brain injuries and their families.
Community group committed to reducing brain injuries by increasing safe helmet use.
Community-based support and rehabilitation services for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury
Non-profit organization that helps people affected by traumatic brain injury build resilience through online yoga, mindfulness, and education.
Free monthly support group for individuals who have sustained a concussion. Sessions take place at Ross Rehabilitation on the second Thursday of every month. For additional information, contact Karly at email@example.com or 905-777-9838.
ONF has become internationally recognized for the guidelines for managing concussions (adults and children) and guideline for rehabilitating adults with moderate-to-severe TBI.
The Morris Law Group
Connect A Better Way After Brain Injury
Mackesy Smye LLP
Paradigm Rehabilitation & Nursing Services Inc.
Anchor Rehab Support Services Inc.
McLeish Orlando Lawyers
Bartimaeus Rehabilitation Services Inc.
Neenah Navasero Neurorehabilitation
The Align Cooperative Group
Storrie, Velikonja and Associates
Virk Personal Injury Law
Elements Support Services
B-20 King St. W.
Stoney Creek, ON L8G 1G8