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Support: Resources

Explore a collection of resources tailored to support individuals and families navigating the challenges of brain injury, providing guidance, assistance, and hope along the journey to recovery. Many resources below are created by the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) and we are proud to work together with them to share as many tools as possible! 

Brain Basics Educational Training

The Brain Basics Training Program is designed to provide front line Health Care Workers, Caregivers, Survivors and others with an opportunity to learn an understandable introduction to the world of Brain Injury. If Acquired Brain Injury was a simple injury, it might be possible to present a list of do’s and don’ts that would suffice.


Register for the program


Concussion Support Booklet

Concussion is a brain injury which can be caused by a sudden acceleration of the head and neck resulting from a blow or contact to the body.  You do not need to lose consciousness to have sustained a concussion. Concussions can occur from many different activities including falls, assault, motor vehicle collisions, sports or being struck by an object. Symptoms can appear immediately or, in some cases, days following the initial injury.

Read the full resource

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OBIA: Podcasts & Webinars

Sharing Experiences with Concussion/TBI Multi-Media Podcast Series. OBIA's goal was to provide more context and understanding to the many different experiences following Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries.

Tune in with OBIA

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Family Caregivers: Introduction to Brain Injury

This course is designed for family caregivers to provide an introduction to brain injury, its effects, recovery, and more. Learn how brain injury impacts both you and your loved one, and tips/tools for supporting both of you.

Register for free


OBIA: Review Magazine

The OBIA Review is OBIA’s high quality digital magazine filled with the thoughts and opinions of Ontario’s leading health managers, academics and clinicians. 

View all the digital publications

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