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Family members often find themselves taking on new roles when a loved one sustains a brain injury. While their loved one is coming to terms with their injury and engaging in the rehabilitation process, they are standing on the sidelines helping wherever they can.  The practical and emotional support they offer is priceless, but often pushes them to their limits.  Because of this, we’re investigating how caregivers can be better supported themselves in Southeastern Ontario.  Is there a need for more support groups?  Respite programs? Something else? If you’re close to someone who’s sustained an ABI, please take a couple of minutes to complete this short SURVEY to share your thoughts.  If you know other caregivers, please share the link and so we can hear from as many of you as possible!

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