Hear 2 clients and 1 caregiver speak about their experience with brain injury and Brain Care Centre.
Videography Credit: www.kevincharlebois.com/
Brain injury can be devastating for the individual, and create overwhelming consequences for the survivor’s family and loved ones.
This presentation expands on a previous webcast of the same topic.
This presentation is done by Brain Care Centre's own, Teresa LaRocque-Walker, support facilitator and counsellor.
In this presentation, learn how brain injury affects relationships and review strategies that may help strengthen relationships and build healthy networks. Featuring our very own support facilitator and counesllor, Teresa LaRocque-Walker.
BCC Executive Director, Dr. Garnet Cummings, on CityTV's Dinner TV with Jason Strudwick on concussion risk in sports.
Listen to BCC's Executive Director, Dr. Garnet Cummings, in this personal and informative interview with 630 Ched's Bruce Bowie.
In this interactive presentation, we will explore how the brain works, the science behind brain injury and its impact on a person.
Presenters: Dr. Garnet Cummings, Executive Director, Brain Care Centre
NAIT students ran a story on concussion during their broadcast on October 11, 2014 that featured our very own Jennifer McLean. Check it out here!
Check out Bridgette Tsang's interview with Brain Care Centre's executive director, Dr. Garnet Cummings, and occupational therapist, Stephanie Silva.
Andrea Papirny, Community Engagement Coordinator at BCC was interviewed by Jason Strudwick on TSN1260 on Tuesday May 21.
To find out more about the interview subject matter contact a BCC Coordinator at 780-477-7575.
Go to our events page for tickets to the Kickoff Breakfast happening Thursday June 5, 2014
Get your tickets today! https://bccbreakfast2014.eventbrite.ca
Dr. Garnet Cummings, Executive Director of Brain Care Centre had the pleasure of speaking with the Lowdown with Lowtide show on TSN1260. Check out the radio interview now!
The Assistive Device Training program is a free service we offer our clients at Brain Care Centre to learn how to use their cell phones, tablets and computers to compensate for issue with memory, communication, organization, to decrease social isolation and to help them become more independent at home and in their communities.
All instruction is individualize for each client and tailored for their device in one-on-one sessions. Apps are used to help set reminders for scheduling events, paying bills, and organizing their days. Communication apps are used to assist clients with aphasia. Shopping apps are used to organize and keep track of household needs. Facebook and Skype are used to keep clients connected to family and friends.