We offer a variety of educational sessions to families and community members on brain injury or concussion management. Sessions can be tailored to different audiences’ needs.
Giving information about our services and other resources in the community for brain injury support for those who aren’t already clients. By phone, walk-in, or email.
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. To access our caregiver services, please fill out the referral form.
Comprehensive and current information sessions on the effects of brain injury on individuals, families, and the community. To access any of our public education services, please fill out the application form.
Brain Basics Education
Offered every quarter to parents, spouses, caregivers, family members, and friends of people affected by brain injury, as well as professionals and volunteers.
Concussion Education Evening
Quarterly educational session to help individuals gain an understanding of concussion and its effects.
Offered on a quarterly basis to individuals affected by post-concussion symptoms who want to hear from resources in the community that may help with their recovery.