People living with the effects of brain injury continue to face systemic barriers and challenges in their every day lives.

Here is what we are doing to raise awareness.

Art On The Brain Expressive Art Show

Check out our Virtual Art Show!

Listen to Artist Salima Andany On CBC Metro Morning!

Celebrate our AMAZING ARTISTS who live with the effects of brain injury!

Art on the Brain | Assembly Hall | May 17 – June 14th, 2023

Gallery Hours
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Closed for all statutory holidays

Public Transit
Assembly Hall can be reached either by the 501 Long Branch streetcar, which runs along Lake Shore Blvd. W., or by the 44 Kipling South bus, from Kipling Station.

1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive (opens in new window)

Parking is available PDF

🚍 TTC Single Ride Presto Passes Available By Request 🚍


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Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie Proclaims June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Read the City of Toronto Proclamation, HERE.

Green & Blue Lit CN Tower

Have you ever wondered why our logo is Green and Blue?

Green and blue are the colours of Brain Injury Awareness!

On June 7th, the CN Tower is lighting blue and green for Brain Injury Awareness – a condition which over 500,000 people in Ontario live with – yet continues to be very misunderstood.

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Here’s How YOU Can Help:

At sundown, find a spot to view the CN Tower from anywhere in our city – take a picture and post it on social media with your own message of Brain Injury Awareness!







Facebook: @BrainInjurySocietyTO 

Twitter: @BrainInjuryTO

Instagram: @brainInjurytoronto

TikTok: @braininjurytoronto

Linked In:

Brain Injury Society of Toronto

🏳️‍🌈 Pride Toronto

Check out our booth at Pride Toronto – the weekend of June 24 and 25th!

Location: On Church St. between McGill St. & Gerrard St.

We are across the street from the A&W at 357 Church Street

Learn More About Brain Injury

Brain Injury and Homelessness

Over 50% of the homeless population
lives with brain injury.
Find out more, HERE.

symptoms can include

Living with the effects of brain injury is
like using a broken phone you can’t replace. Watch our 47 second video and learn more, HERE.

Faces of Brain Injury - Derek

Learn about the stories of people
who live with brain injury, HERE.

Brain Injury 101 - Image of different parts of the brain

Get the facts on Acquired Brain Injury, HERE.

brain injury can happen to anyone