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The Acquired Brain Injury Program is for people who have a brain injury from trauma, stroke, brain tumour, aneurysm or other causes resulting in physical, cognitive and emotional changes.
Acquired brain injury does not include Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis or Alzheimer's disease.
This program is one of the many Home Health services we offer.
What services are provided?
We provide rehabilitation as well as residential and community support services. Visit the Services page to learn more. Signs and Risks
Know the physical, cognitive and emotional symptoms of brain injuries. Visit the Signs page for more information.
Who is eligible?
You must meet eligibility requirements for Home Health services. You must also have limited or no funding from other sources (i.e. ICBC rehabilitation, ICBC settlement, Workers’ Compensation Board, Crime Victim Assistance Program, long or short term disability programs). How do I access these services?
You can be referred by a physician, health care provider, family member, friend or someone else with an acquired brain injury. You can reach us using the contact information listed below.
What happens after I apply?
We will send you a letter confirming that we have received your application. If you are eligible, we will let you know when you can access this service. Some services have a waitlist. Is there a cost?
You may be required to contribute financially to some services. Costs are based on your income and will be re-evaluated annually.
How long will I receive these services?
We provide both short-term and long-term services.
The links below will take you to a services directory listing, which includes descriptions, contact details and related documents for our services.Can't find what you're looking for? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.