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Brain Injury Community Re-entry (Niagara) Inc.

Brain Injury Community Re-entry (Niagara) Inc. (BICR) is a not-for-profit organization that provides support services and rehabilitation to individuals living with the effects of an acquired brain injury.  Our administrative office is located in Thorold and services are provided throughout the entire Niagara Region.  We provide life skills instruction to individuals who have sustained varying degrees of injury in the desire to increase their level of functional independence and become active again in work, education, home and leisure activities.  SERVICES WE PROVIDE: Residential programs (24 hour support).  Apartment living with on-site staff support. Community outreach services. Pre-employment services. Return to work programs/job coaching. Community based adult day programs.  Psychological services.  Social work.  Therapeutic recreation services.

Calgary Concussion Awareness and Support

Community organization founded in 2016 to help raise awareness of concussions & how easily they happen; no longer hold monthly meetings; best to connect via Facebook page or YouTube Channel and access video library of all our presentations.

Head Injury Rehabilitation Ontario

HIRO is unique in its ability to provide evidence-based, client and family centered ABI rehabilitation care to people with a moderate to severe ABI. We work with clients and their families to create a tailored rehabilitation program, aimed at achieving goals that are meaningful for them.  Our goal is to help our clients realize their full potential throughout our continuum of care; from six residential care homes to transitional living apartments and to community service programs including group and outreach.  We are a promise of hope after ABI.

Stroke Recovery Association of Manitoba

Each and every recovery journey is different. At the Stroke Recovery Association we provide programs, resources and support groups to help you find your way – and find what works for YOU. Our support groups are run by fellow stroke survivors which allows for a supportive, encouraging environment where survivors feel heard and understood. We offer programs throughout the week both in person and virtually, that offer physical, creative and social benefits. Our friendly and knowledgeable office staff are available to take your calls and emails with any questions you might have about our programs or any other stroke resources in the province.

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Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association

Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association provides services and support programs for people with acquired brain injuries and their families/supporters in the Fraser Valley of BC.

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Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods

Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods (CAN) is committed to equity, diversity, and accessibility. CAN recognizes that people with disabilities and/or chronic health conditions have multiple intersecting identities that affect their experiences and daily life. CAN represents and honours all identities by centering decolonization and using both an intersectional lens and disability justice framework.  CAN is dedicated to education, whether community members, government, businesses, organizations, and/or communities. Our material is adjustable to new learners or more experienced audiences and delivered in a variety of ways. We deliver workshops, including: Breaking Barriers, Crip Kindness, Disability Awareness, Disability Justice, Gender + Sexuality, Imposter Syndrome, and Queer + Trans History (BC and Canada). We do presentations for conferences, speak on panels, and participate on committees for a number of issues: accessibility, academic and/or medical ableism, disability awareness, streetscapes, transportation, poverty, 2SLGBTQIA+ issues, and privileges and oppressions.  CAN does consultation work, engaging collaboratively to find creative solutions to, and educate about, barriers within communities. Projects include: accessibility, transportation, advocacy, empowerment, disability awareness, poverty, 2SLGBTQIA+ (Queer) issues, disability justice, and more.  Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods empowers people with disabilities, builds community, enables people to advocate for themselves and others, celebrates diversity, and amplifies lived experience.

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Brain Injury Services of Northern Ontario (BISNO)

We have 30 Assisted Living spaces across 3 sites in Thunder Bay with 24hr/day staffing.  We provide Community Rehabilitation and Outreach services to approximately 300 people/year across North Western Ontario.   We provide individual and family counselling and people have some access to neuropsychology services.  We also support individuals with an ABI and co-occurring mental health issue, ten who have access to an RGI unit.  We partner with many community agencies as well as Home and Community Support Services North West to access professional services such as nursing, OT, PT, SLP and PSW’s.