This section of the website is for free resources and community information that may be helpful for people with brain injury and caregivers.
Brain injury associations
Canadians are facing an unusual situation, and there's a lot of news and information being shared about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We've created a basic guide that tells you what it is and what you can do to help minimize the spread. We've also created guides and challenges to help educate and entertain you while physical distancing.
- Information about COVID-19
- A guide for mental health during COVID-19
- COVID-19 vaccine information
- Report: Impact of COVID-19 on the brain injury community
- Report: Impact of COVID-19 on brain injury associations
- 10 ways to stay connected while staying at home
- #TogetherApart weekly challenges
- 30 ideas to entertain yourself during physical distancing
This section of the website will be updated regularly with free resources that may be helpful to you. These resources include downloadable charts and trackers, guides and more.
Brain Injury Across Canada
Our Brain Injury Across Canada story series features personal accounts of brain injury and recovery from survivors and caregivers.
Statistics about brain injury
We have compiled the most recent available statistics about brain injury. This information can be used for advocacy, research and educating others.
We have several helpful pre-recorded webinars that are free to access and cover a variety of topics.
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We are not offering educational bursaries at this time. Please visit the website of your local brain injury association to see if they have any available bursaries. You can also find available bursaries and scholarships on the disabilityawards.ca, a site developed by the National Educational Association for Disabled Students (NEADS).