Educational Resources

Click here to download –  “Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide For Families and Friends”

From: St. Michael’s Hospital, Trauma and Neurosurgery Program

Resources for Brain Injury Survivors as well as victims of a motor vehicle accident:

  • Brain Injury 101 No two acquired brain injuries are alike. Survivors will experience the effects of acquired brain injuries in many different ways.
  • Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) is a provincial not-for-profit, charitable organization.  Their mission is to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support.
  • OBIA Book Store The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) has many important resources pertaining to brain injuries. These include biographies, manuals, fictional stories, videos and other non-fiction works.
  • BIST The Brain Injury Society of Toronto provides programs and services to people living with the effects of brain injury and their families / caregivers. After joining BIST, the programs are free and have no wait list.
  • Thomson Rogers This Toronto law firm is the largest plaintiff personal injury law firm in Canada specializing in Personal Injury Litigation – (416) 868-3190.
  • Brain Injury Resource Center
  • Lawlor Therapy Support Services provide rehabilitation support services to children and adults with an acquired brain injury or spinal cord injury in Central and South Western Ontario.
  • Bartimaeus Rehabilitation Services provide direct therapy, transitional support and community integration to children, youth, adults and seniors recovering from an acquired brain injury and/or serious trauma.

Educational Web Sites for children, teens, and adults: