Welcome to Brain Injury Canada’s resource website. This site is meant to be a living resource that you can come back to and explore at your own pace.
We will be adding content on a continual basis. We recommend taking your time and bookmarking pages/resources so you can revisit them.
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Families & Caregivers
Brain Injury Canada Connect: Interactive Service Directory
Follow the link below to access our NEW interactive service directory, designed for the brain injury community. New services, organizations and associations are being added regularly, so check back often for more resources.
Watch The Healthy Brain & Well-being Speaker Symposium
On September 16, we hosted our first speaker symposium. We had wonderful presenters, fantastic attendees, and learned a lot. The best part? We recorded it, so anyone can watch the presentations at any time!
Sign our open letter advocating for the brain injury community
This past spring, Brain Injury Canada circulated a survey through brain injury associations, social media and our partners to find out what are the top issues for those living with brain injury. The results speak for themselves. Approximately 62% of participants identified lack of awareness about brain injury in the general population as their top issue. 58.5% of participants indicated that the need for mental health supports and the cost of care (primarily the issue of limited publicly funded coverage and inadequate or no insurance coverage) were the next two most important issues. You can demonstrate your support by adding your signature to this open letter. Join us in this call to action and help the voices of those with brain injury be heard.
Call for abstracts for the 2022 Brain Injury Canada Conference is open
The 2022 Brain Injury Canada Conference is on May 25-26, 2022, and we have opened our call for abstracts. We are looking for passionate presenters and engaging topics that will help health care and service providers better understand and serve the brain injury community. The deadline to submit an abstract for consideration is December 3, 2021.
We are a national charitable organization focused on education, awareness, and advocacy for individuals living with acquired brain injury and their family/caregivers.
This resource site has been developed to be universally accessible and easy to navigate. It supports those living with acquired brain injury and their healthcare professionals by providing current, evidence-based information about brain injury, treatment, and recovery. The site is overseen by a Scientific Advisory Committee of physicians, clinicians and researchers from across Canada.