Programs & Services
The Society provides support, education and advocacy for persons living with an acquired brain injury, their family, friends and caregivers through goal specific, unique and innovative programming.
These programs continue to evolve in response to ever changing needs.
We offer a broad range of social and support services including:
– Individualized Support
– Group Support
– Disability Assistance
– Community Rehabilitation
– Care Management
– Resource Library
Hours and Schedule
Drop in hours are 10:00 till 3:30
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NEW!!! Hot’n’Saucy salsas and sauces
We are excited to be starting production of our amazing hot sauces and spicy salsas. Lovingly created from fresh nutritious ingredients.
Great for body and soul!
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What is Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)?
An acquired brain injury is defined as:
Damage to the brain, which occurs after birth and is not related to a congenital or a degenerative disease. These impairments may be temporary or permanent and cause partial or functional disability or psychosocial maladjustment.
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Posted on November 14, 2017
A good page to start with is How Does Trauma Affect Sleep?
This website www.tuck.com is extensive and covers many sleep related subjects:
* research sleep products and understand sleep health and hygiene
* learn about sleep disorders
* guides for: parents, anxiety, insomnia, mattress buying, bedbugs, and much more
Posted on October 3, 2017
Starting tomorrow, Wed Oct 4, we will have art therapy twice a week; on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Melody is doing a practicum here for her future Masters in Art Therapy. To begin with, she will be working with the group, and will then gravitate towards working one-on-one with the clients.
More good news: our mask painting project materials have finally arrived. Have a look here at the project that grabbed our interest: Unmasking Brain Injury
Posted on September 29, 2017