Brain Injury Advocates Canada (BIAC)
Improving the quality of life for all Canadians affected by acquired brain injury and promoting its prevention.
A charitable, non-profit organization whose members are people of Durham Region who have experienced brain injuries, their families and others who share our vision
An association committed to maximizing the quality of life of individuals with brain injury and their family and friends. They provide peer and community support, information about available services, resources and programs, public awareness of the causes, impact and prevention of brain injury, and advocacy on behalf of those affected.
A registered non-profit agency committed to maximizing the quality of life for individuals with brain injury and their loved ones through support, advocacy and information and to raising awareness and prevention of brain injury, particularly among children and young adults.
This non-profit organization exists for the needs of brain injury survivors, and their families.
This association strives to reduce the impact of brain injuries within our community through education, awareness and support of the survivors and caregivers.
The Brain Injury Association Sudbury & District supports the Greater City of Sudbury with services such as monthly support groups, survivor social events, helmet awareness program, annual golf tournament, annual newsletter, peer mentoring program, resource centre and provincial conference.
The Brain Injury Association of Windsor & Essex County is committed to enhancing the lives of residents of Windsor and Essex County affected by acquired brain injury through education, awareness and support.
The Brain Injury Association of York Region is committed to providing information, support and advocacy to those living with the effects of Acquired Brain Injury.
This registered, not-for-profit charitable organization provides non-medical resources and community support services to assist with living arrangements, independent living, finding other community services and more.
Brain Injury Community Re-Entry Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides support services and rehabilitation to individuals living with the effects of an acquired brain injury.
BIST supports acquired brain injury survivors and their family members. Membership is open to anyone in the community with an interest in the challenges that come with living with the effects of brain injury.
BrainLine is a national multimedia project offering information and resources about preventing, treating, and living with traumatic brain injuries and PTSD.
Formerly known as NRIO, BTR Residential Rehab offers residential programs for individuals who have sustained a moderate to severe brain injury and require 24-hour care.
CHIRS, formerly known as Ashby House, started in 1978 as the first community-based brain injury rehabilitation program in North America. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for persons living with the effects of acquired brain injury.
The Hamilton Brain Injury Association’s mission is to ensure the quality of life for survivors of brain injury, and their families, through education, support and advocacy.
For over 30 years, HIRO has been committed to working with acquired brain injury (ABI) survivors and their families to address the challenges they face with dignity and respect. Their goal is to help their clients realize their full and unique potential.
The OBIA mission is to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support.
This neurotrauma research and innovation foundation is dedicated to changing lives, changing attitudes and changing our public systems for “a stronger Ontario.”
Founded in 1945, SCIO supports and advocates for people with spinal cord injury. Their vision is to help people with spinal cord injury live the life they choose in a fully inclusive Ontario.
Toronto ABI Network connects people with acquired brain injuries to the services they need.
Established in 2005, TABIRS is no stranger to handling the most complicated and catastrophic brain injury cases in Ontario. Toronto ABI Rehab Specialists (TABIRS) exists to support those living with the eﬀects of ABI and their families.