Education

ABI Training

At OBIA we develop, provide and disseminate information and educational tools that define, discuss and describe all aspects of acquired brain injury. At OBIA it is also our...

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Awareness

Bookstore

The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) created the OBIA Online Bookstore in 2012 with the aim to provide the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) community with important resources...

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Support

Support

Support Line 1-800-263-5404 ABI can be devastating. Beyond the individuals’ impairments there can be confusion, misunderstandings and doubts. For those who deal first-hand...

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Events Calendar

ABI Events

Check out our events calendar for important dates and details on what is happening in the ABI community.   Have an event? Contact us to let us...

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Recent Posts

2017 ABI Provincial Conference – Call for Abstracts

2017 ABI Provincial Conference – Call for Abstracts

The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in collaboration with the participating Community Associations is pleased to announce the 2017 Acquired Brain Injury Provincial Conference being held on November 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2017 in Niagara Falls. The Conference theme is: Making a Difference The Provincial Conference Committee is seeking presentations from...

2017 BIST/OBIA Mix and Mingle

2017 BIST/OBIA Mix and Mingle

Please join us for the 13th Anniversary of the BIST/OBIA Mix and Mingle, “Celebrating Partnerships” being held June 14, 2017 at the Steam Whistle Brewery, 255 Bremner Blvd., Toronto. There are several sponsorship levels available: Platinum Sponsor for $6,000.00 (or $6,550 after May 15, 2017) and receive 15 tickets to the Mix and Mingle; verbal...

Headway Homes Fund

Headway Homes Fund

The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) has been asked to participate in the distribution of $5,000.00 annually from a fund created by Headway Homes (Niagara) Inc. to enhance the lives of people in a slow-to-recover state following a Brain Injury.  The conditions of the fund are as follows: The person is an individual medically diagnosed as slow-to-recover...