Unmasking Brain Injury

In partnership with the Ontario Brain Injury Association, Community Brain Injury Services (CBIS) participated in the official Unmasking Brain Injury launch. There’s a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury. Unmasking Brain Injury is an

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ABI Conferences 2020/21

  Due to the current situation with COVID-19, many summer conferences and events were rescheduled to Fall 2020 and 2021. Information will be updated as it becomes available.   November 12-13, 2020 – Virtual Conference Registration is now open! This year conference fees have been reduced by

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Research into the Benefits of Art Rehabilitation Therapy and Stroke

Research study looks into the benefits of art rehabilitation therapy for stroke patients <img src=”https://www.providencecare.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Art-Therapy-9-1024×646-1024×646.png” height=”646″ width=”1024″ alt=”Art Rehabilitation Study” class=”slider-11214 slide-11222″ title=”Art Therapy 9 1024×646″ /> Read the article by Providence Care Hospital about The Art Rehabilitation Therapy Program, a pilot study being conducted at Providence

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“Line-Trapping” Scam

Police issue warning: new “line-trapping” scam Police agencies across Ontario are warning citizens of a new phone scam which involves suspects using “line-trapping” technology to tap into victim’s phone lines in order to steal personal information. Stop, look, and think. Don’t be fooled by the scammers. New

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Can art rehabilitation therapy aid in stroke recovery?

Research study looks into the benefits of art rehabilitation therapy for stroke patients <img src=”https://www.providencecare.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Art-Therapy-9-1024×646-1024×646.png” height=”646″ width=”1024″ alt=”Art Rehabilitation Study” class=”slider-11214 slide-11222″ title=”Art Therapy 9 1024×646″ /> Read the article by Providence Care Hospital in Kingston about The Art Rehabilitation Therapy Program. “Researchers with Providence Care’s Department

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The number of Ontario teens seeking help for self-harm at emergency departments has doubled in a decade…”Article in the Globe and Mail

The number of Ontario teens seeking help for self-harm at emergency departments has doubled in a decade. Read the article in the Globe and Mail by Erin Anderssen “One place to look for solutions may be Denmark, where, according to a new study published in October, self-harm

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Brock University Certificate Training Programs

Brock University Certificate Training Programs The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in conjunction with Brock University has developed a Certificate Training Program to provide professionals with the tools and knowledge to assist clients with recovery and function in everyday life following acquired brain injury.   Brock Certificate Training

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