Welcome to the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) website.
We are a provincial, registered, charitable organization. Our mission is to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support.
OBIA’s services include:
Information and resources on acquired brain injury
Personal advocacy and support
Training and Education for professionals and families
Online support groups
OBIA offers University Certificate and e-Learning training programs that provide knowledge, techniques, strategies and interventions to equip those working in the field of brain injury
Brain Injury Information
OBIA is making the “invisible” visible by increasing understanding of brain injury and reducing the stigma associated with having a brain injury
There is hope, there is help! Whether you have sustained a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (Concussion), moderate to severe brain injury, you are not alone, we are here to help! OBIA Helpline provides confidential, emotional support for anyone who needs a caring, compassionate and non-judgmental listening ear.
What Is It?
A concussion is a brain injury that can be caused by a blow to the head, a fall, motor vehicle collision, sports or being struck by an object. Symptoms can appear immediately or, in some cases, days following the injury.
News & Events
Join us this November for the Children & Youth with ABI/Concussion training program
This Certificate Training Program will focus on providing information about behaviours after ABI …Read More
Our Level 1 Neurorehabilitation training program now scheduled for September!
During COVID-19, OBIA remains committed to provide training for individuals working with people with brain…Read More
Awards of Excellence Voting takes place Aug 4-31, 2021
The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in collaboration with the Personal Injury Alliance (PIA Law) are pleased to present…Read More
The OBIA Review is OBIA’s high quality digital magazine filled with the thoughts and opinions of Ontario’s leading health managers, academics and clinicians. The OBIA Review has four issues per year and caters to an extensive healthcare readership – including our own membership network as well as private and non-profit health services, consumers and vendors in all parts of the province. The OBIA Review is full of interesting and varied content. It keeps you up to date on the latest developments and advances in brain injury research, rehabilitation and legislation.
Diamond Corporate Sponsor
Diamond Corporate Sponsor
Gold Corporate Champion
Exclusive Brain Basics e-Learning Sponsor
on behalf of the Andrée Rhéaume and Robert Fitzhenry Family Foundation
Funding for the Brief Intervention Case Management – Acquired Brain Injury (BICM-ABI) also known as North Eastern Advocacy Services