Brain Injury Canada is a national charitable organization focused on education, awareness, and advocacy for the brain injury community. This resource site has been developed to be universally accessible and easy to navigate. It supports those living with acquired brain injury, their families/caregivers and health care professionals.
The content on this website is developed by Brain Injury Canada (unless otherwise stated). Prior to publication all content on the website is first reviewed by one or more members of our Scientific Advisory Committee, all of whom have significant experience and are leading subject matter experts. Content is sourced using evidence-based resources, that are included on source pages for your reference.
Classify Moderate to Severe Brain Injury as a Chronic Condition
A significant collaboration between Brain Injury Canada and the Canadian Traumatic Brain Injury Research Consortium (CTRC) is calling for moderate to severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to be officially classified as a chronic condition in Canada. This move would significantly enhance nationwide healthcare strategies, policies, and patient outcomes.
Foundations of Brain Injury for Health Care Professionals
An affordable self-paced course designed specifically for health care and service professionals to enhance their knowledge of brain injury, enabling improved, customized and informed care.
Family Caregivers: Introduction to Brain Injury E-course
Sign up for this free self-guided e-course for family caregivers all about brain injury, its effects, and how you can support your loved one and yourself when caregiving.
Statistics on brain injury
View statistics related to brain injury in Canada
The vision of Brain Injury Canada is to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families/caregivers living with brain injury in Canada. Thank you for your support.
Brain Injury Canada is a registered Charitable Organization with Canada Revenue Agency. All donations over $20 will receive tax receipt for income tax purposes.