Community: ACQUIRED Brain Injury Resources

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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; Provincial Conference; and Dual Membership.

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.

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Brain Injury Services

Offers a full range of rehabilitation programs and services to individuals living with the effect of brain injury.

Joint Initiatives: As a result of a joint initiative between the Hamilton Brain Injury Association (HBIA) and Brain Injury Services (BIS), HBIA participants and BIS clients are able to access several activities offered by each organization. Always review Group Calendar(s) as fee or sign-up may be required. View BIS calendar here: http://www.braininjuryservices.com/group-services/.

Hamilton Concussion Support Group

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 karly@rossrehab.com or 905-777-9838.

Hamilton Health Sciences Acquired Brain Injury Program

Serves the rehabilitation needs of adults with acquired brain injuries and their families.

Hamilton Helmet Initiative

Community group committed to reducing brain injuries by increasing safe helmet use.

hnhbhealthline.ca 

hnhbhealthline.ca is an website that provides current information about health services across the Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand Brant region brought to you by the Health Integration Network.

Camp Dawn

A four-day camping retreat for adult survivors of acquired brain injury.