Brain Injury Associations
Brain Injury Canada
Ontario Brain Injury Association
Brain Injury Association of North Bay & Area
Brain Injury Association of Sudbury & District
Brain Injury and Seizure Association (Timmins)
Brain Injury Association of Thunder Bay & Area
Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie & District
Community-based Organizations and Programs
Provides information about and coordinates referrals to the acquired brain injury services in Toronto and the GTA.
CHIRS is a multi-service agency that provides a broad range of supports to a clientele with diverse and complex needs, including residential and supported living, day and community programs.
COTA Health programs provide support to adults living with serious mental illness, geriatric mental health conditions, acquired brain injury, developmental disabilities and dual diagnosis. Services include case management, supportive housing, short-term residential beds, a day program, court and justice related services and outreach to individuals who are homeless or living in shelters.
PACE offers short and long term community based support services to individuals living with the effects of brain injury.
A general overview of the different types of healthcare providers involved in post-concussion care, based on Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation’s Guideline for Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury & Prolonged Symptoms, 3rd Edition for Adults 18+ years (2018) and Standards for Post-Concussion Care (2017), via the Concussion Centre.
Clinical services, education and resources, community outreach, and research focused on concussion in children and youth.