Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association
Since 1985, the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association has been helping individuals and families deal with the effects of traumatic or acquired brain injury. Founded by families whose children sustained brain injuries, the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA) is a registered charity, registered under the Saskatchewan Non-Profit Corporations Act, which provides support and service free of charge to individuals and families who are living with the effects of acquired brain injury.
Ontario Brain Injury Association
Since 1986, the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), formerly Ontario Head Injury, has been helping children, youth and adults whose lives have been affected by acquired brain injury (ABI). Founded as a grassroots organization by families whose children sustained severe brain injuries, OBIA has evolved into a provincial network of affiliated community brain injury associations and support groups. OBIA is a charitable organization that provides support to individuals through education, awareness and support.
Manitoba Brain Injury Association
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In 1987, a small group of individuals recognized the value of education and mutual support for those affected by a brain injury and established the Manitoba Brain Injury Association. This model of members helping members allowed MBIA to grow its services and prevention programs over the following years. Today, a Board of Directors comprising dedicated, respected community members governs the Association and we have over 400 members. Through our staff and volunteers, we now offer a variety of programs and services while holdingtrue to the value of mutual support held by our founding members.