What We Do

Empowering those affected by acquired brain injuries to Defy Limitations!

Brain Care Centre is a non-profit organization operating out of Edmonton and Edson, Alberta. It provides programs and services to adults who have sustained acquired brain injuries, and their support systems. If you have sustained an acquired brain injury, we are here to help you work toward goals and rediscover your identity.

What is an acquired brain injury?

According to the World Health Organization, an acquired brain injury is damage to the brain that happens after birth, and isn’t linked to a degenerative disease (2007). There are two different kinds of brain injuries (traumatic and non-traumatic), which can happen in various ways, from car accidents, falls, and sports injuries, to violent crimes.

The brain is an extremely complex organ, and every brain injury is different. This means that each person who sustains a brain injury has a different experience, with different symptoms and varying levels of severity. Acquired brain injuries can change how a person functions physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. Sustaining a brain injury can affect anything from difficulty swallowing and keeping balance, to issues with memory and problem solving.

Anyone can acquire a brain injury at any time. No one can ever be fully prepared to cope with suddenly living with a brain injury, or unexpectedly becoming a caregiver. At Brain Care Centre, we understand the many challenges you face, and we’re here to help however we can.

Our Services

Life with an acquired brain injury is a complex journey to navigate, but Brain Care Centre has services to help our clients and their caregivers every step of the way. Learn more about the services Brain Care Centre has to offer.

Moderate to Severe Brain Injury Services

Individualized services for those diagnosed with moderate to severe brain injury and their care partners. This type of injury can result from significant external trauma, such as a motor vehicle collision or hit to the head, or internal trauma, such a stroke, aneurysm, or hypoxia.

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Concussion Services

Concussions that do not resolve within a typical period of time can be difficult to cope with. Our services are designed for those with long-term (greater than 3 months) symptoms of concussion or those needing information and resources.

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Public Education

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.

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