A quick reference tool to highlight the ABI support services available in the Champlain region. These services include day programs, transportation to programs, continuing education, support groups, and recreational opportunities.
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- The Epidemic Of Traumatic Brain Injuries In Canada – Media Planet, Personal Health News – Education and Advocacy Traumatic brain injuries inflict complicated challenges for victims and caregivers and there is a need for political and social progress to improve quality of life.
- Post-Concussion Care Standards: http://concussionsontario.org/
- INESSS-ONF Clinical Practice Guideline for the Rehabilitation of Adults with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Champlain ABI Coalition Meetings:
- 2019 – Meeting minutes and resources:
- 2018 – Meeting minutes and resources:
- 2017 – Meeting minutes and resources:
- Champlain ABI Coalition January 6 2017 Minutes
- HSJCC Webinar Presentation Slides
- Tim Feeney Workshop – Thursday, March 2 and Friday, March 3, 2017
- FocusGroups Bubble mapping methodology and results Jan3 2017
Upcoming Conferences, Education Opportunities
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- 7th Annual Concussion Research Symposium & 2nd Concussion in Women and Girls Conference – November 2 BMO Education & Conference Centre presented by the Canadian Concussion Centre
- Provincial HSJCC Conference “Colouring Outside the Lines: Innovations and Creative Community Responses” November 4 – 6 Toronto OBIA Provincial ABI Conference “Forging New Pathways • Navigating Challenges • Exploring Breakthroughs” November 6 – 8 Niagara Falls
- Caregiver Education Workshop – November 4, 2019 Through a grant provided by the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care, the OBIA team is excited to begin the implementation of our “Support, Hope & Resiliency: An Education and Training Program for Caregivers of Acquired Brain Injury Survivors” across the province of Ontario. This caregiver education program will be provided at more than 40 locations across the province and will be hosted by members of local brain injury associations and service providers. For more information call 1-800-263-5404 ext. 248 or email Nancy LaJoie, Caregiver Education Specialist, directly at: email@example.com