Below are some quick links to our referral forms:
Our client services for those who have sustained moderate to severe brain injuries begin when we match clients with a service coordinator. The client and the service coordinator work together to set personal goals for the client to work toward. These goals can be anything from riding the bus to returning to work.
Brain Care Centre aims to maximize individual potential through compassionate, evidence-based and innovative programs and services. Continuing care after experiencing a concussion can have a large positive impact on clients, which is why we developed the Concussion Services Program.
Brain Care Centre provides a caregiver support group where members can participate in activities, and support one another as they reflect on their challenges and successes after someone they care for sustains a brain injury. Registration required. One-on-one counselling, where caregivers can learn effective coping strategies, is also available at no cost to the caregiver. Must be a caregiver to an individual with an acquired brain injury; however, the individual with an acquired brain injury does not need to be a Brain Care Centre client.
Brain injuries don’t just affect those who acquire them, they also touch the lives of those who care about brain injury survivors. We’re here to help you support those who have sustained an acquired brain injury. Explore our education and outreach programs to learn more.