Assistance with School Supplies in HPE
Hastings and Prince Edward counties publicly funded schools: The Good Backpack Program
The Brain Basics Training by OBIA – Belleville, ON November 28-29, 2019
Hosted by Brain Injury Association of Quinte District (BIAQD).
The Brain Basics Program is designed to provide front line Health Care Workers, Caregivers, Survivors and others with an introduction to the world of Brain Injury.
Get out, play ball and support the KGH Neurosurgery Department
Cast your vote for the 2019 Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation.
Please vote for the person/company/organization that you believe has provided exceptional service to the brain injury community.
*Only one submission per valid email address will be permitted every 24 hours.
Register for FREE Caregiver Event
Pediatric session in Kingston, date & time to be confirmed
Friday 18 October 2019, Belleville 1:00 p.m – 4:00 pm
Monday 21 October 2019, Brockville, 1:00 p.m – 4:00 pm
Tuesday 29 October 2019 Kingston, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m
See the OBA general poster here.
Free Webinar, 14 August 2019 at 7:00 pm: Housing and Transitions
To learn more about this event, click here.
Ongoing FREE workshops in South Eastern Ontario!
LivingWell South East offers FREE evidence-based self-management trainings and workshops across the South East Ontario region.
To learn more, click here.
Learn On Demand: Capacity Assessments, Guardianship & Substitute Decision Making
To learn more about this event click here.
On demand video posted to Ken C. Pope’s YouTube page.
Read the article: “Legal guardianships vital for people with disabilities” By AdvocateDaily.com Staff
Registration for the HSJCC 2019 Conference now open
Register for the 2019 Provincial HSJCC Conference. Visit hsjccconference.ca for more details
Don’t miss the Session B6: Acquired Brain Injury and Addictions/Mental Health Collaborative for more information click here.
Save the Date: 27 November 2019
Stroke Symposium Stroke Care: Improving the Patient Journey
Free, all-day event held every three years in Kingston, for Health care professionals, administrators and direct care providers working in all settings of stroke care.
For more information visit strokenetworkseo.ca or
email Heather Jenkins (Education Coordinator, Stroke Network of Southeastern Ontario) [email protected]
Seeking potential Habitat Homeowner Families
Learn about the program and what it takes to qualify for a Habitat home, opportunity to ask questions and what is required of the partner families.
Provincial ABI Conference Early Bird Registration is OPEN!
The Early Bird Registration Deadline is Friday, September 20, 2019.
For more information about this event, visit our page.
Searching for Participants for Study of OBIA Peer Support Program
Click here more information.
Looking for something FREE or low cost to do in Kingston?
The Aphasia Peer Conversation Group
For more information click here.
Brain Injury Speaks, the Stakeholder Engagement Network of Ontario hopes to “strengthen the voice of the brain injury community across Ontario”. Please click here or the logo to the right to know more about the network.
Education for Professionals
Click here for more information about NDT/Bobath Certificate Course
Click here for more information about OBIA LEVEL 2
June is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
Celebrating the Success: Art Work by Survivors of Brain Injury.
Thank you for coming
Click here or posters for more information
Click here or posters for more informatio
Wednesday June 12th 2019: 11th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Day in Ottawa
Click here or the picture below for more information about the event.
Belleville (June 08) & Ottawa (June 09) 2019
Click here for more information about the Brain Tumour Walk.
May 30, 2019, Unmasking Brain Injury Project was introduced at Queen’s Park !
Brain Injury Association (OBIA) is hosted an Unmasking Brain Injury event at Queen’s Park on for Members of provincial Parliament (MPPs) following Question Period. Read More
Congratulations to Brockville for another successful walk!
June is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Funds were raised for Community Brain Injury Services (CBIS). For more click here or poster.
Thank you for the laughs at Sans Souci.
For other Brain Injury Association Quinte District (BIAQD) events like the Comedy Night Fundraiser, please see the BIAQD events page click here
Thank you for coming to the Community Services Fair.
See you next year in May 2020!
Parkwood Survivor and Family Education Series a Success!
“On demand” sessions to be posted on line. Date and website to be determined. Stay tuned!
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.
the webpage directly at bouncebackontario.ca for more details