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It is not too late: Parkwood Survivor and Family Education Series

First session of Acquired Brain Injury Survivor and Family Education Series happened Tuesday 19 March 2019. Two more sessions to go! Next session is:

April 23: Life After Brain Injury – Reintroducing Leisure into your Lifestyle

Speakers: April Zehr, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Lynne Cooper, Care Coordinator, Southwest LHIN, Kim Ott, Survivor and Phyllis Spencer, Survivor.

Leisure activities are an important aspect of rehabilitation, recovery and life for survivors of an acquired brain injury.  In this session you will hear about the benefits of leisure activities from different perspectives, including those of two survivors who have used art and travel as part of their rehabilitation and recovery.

2019 Survivor and Family Education Series

Survivor and Family Education Series 2019

Belleville (June 08) and Ottawa (June 09) 2019

See link below for more information:

Belleville and Ottawa Brain Tumour Walks in June 2019

 

Feeling low? Stressed? Anxious? BounceBack® can help!

BounceBack®: Reclaim your health is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage symptoms of depression and anxiety. It offers two forms of help.

Click the link below to see our write up

or

the webpage directly at bouncebackontario.ca for more details

Feeling low? Stressed? Anxious? BounceBack® can help!

 

Hold the Date: Wednesday, May 8th 2019

Community Services Fair;    11:00 am -2:00 pm

Frontenac Mall (1300 Bath Road, Kingston)

Community Services Fair

 

March 2019 Free ABI Education in Cobourg

 

Aphasia Conversation Group

Brain Injury Speaks

Survey: ABI Experience with Elections in Canada

Participants Needed for Research Study