Report Just Out: Exploring the Long-Term Impacts of Acquired Brain Injury

Brain Injury Speaks Releases the Final Report on the Long-Term Impacts of Acquired Brain Injury

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Making Voting Accessible in the June 2 election

OBIA wants to make sure you know about the tools and services available that make voting easy and accessible for all electors.

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OBIA Open Discussion DTC/RDSP Webinar Available to View Online

These webinars are specifically tailored for caregivers and survivors of acquired brain injury (ABI).

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Headway Homes Fund

The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), in partnership with the Headway Homes Fund at the Niagara Community Foundation, distributes $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.

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Report Just Out: The Impact of Identity Change Following ABI on Mental Health

It is essential to recognize that post-injury challenges often extend beyond the physical and cognitive challenges of brain injury.

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Level 1 Neurorehabilitation training program scheduled for August 2022!

During COVID-19, OBIA remains committed to provide training for individuals working with people with brain injuries. This certificate course will now be accessible through a live online virtual classroom and will be interactive.

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Register Today for the Mental Health, Addictions & Brain Injury (Lev 2) Course

This Level Two course is designed to increase your understanding of the relationship between traumatic brain injury, substance misuse and mental health challenges

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Share Your Story in the OBIA Review Magazine

Do you have a personal story that you’d like to share with the world? If so, we’d love to hear from you!

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Brain Injury Speaks Releases Final Report on Identity Change After ABI

In December of 2021, the Brain Injury Speaks Stakeholder Engagement Network of Ontario (with the Ontario Brain Injury Association) further explored the topic of Identity Change After ABI. Virtual focus groups with individuals who have sustained brain injuries were conducted. The purpose of these groups was to better understand experiences of identity change following brain injury and how it may impact different aspects of their lives.

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Bill 54 – Justice for People Hurt on Ontario Roads

We are excited to tell you about an opportunity to improve road safety in Ontario. 

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