Toronto ABI Network

ABI Conference 2012

Info for Families

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Community Organizations/Programs 

The community-based organizations and programs listed below provide services to individuals with an ABI living in the Greater Toronto Area. To find organizations and services outside of Toronto and the GTA, please connect with the ABI Navigator in your area.

Programs for People with an ABI
ABI Support and Therapy Groups in GTA Toronto Listing of support groups for adults and children with ABI
Community Head Injury Resource Services (CHIRS) Residential programs, supported independent living, adult day programs and community programs
Cota Case Management, supportive housing, short-term residential beds, day programs, court and justice related services, an assertive community treatment team (ACT), and services for individuals who are experiencing homelessness
Holland Bloorview Online Family Resource Centre Online information and support to parents of children with disabilities
March of Dimes Canada Rehabilitation, attendant care, peer support groups and supportive housing programs
PACE Independent Living Possibilities Projects Assisted living services and adult day services
Peel Halton Dufferin Acquired Brain Injury Services Case management, clinical services, day programs, and residential and supported-living programs
West Park Healthcare Centre Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Adult Day Program Recreational activities, social support, skills training, case management and caregiver
York-Simcoe Brain Injury Services (Mackenzie Health/March of Dimes)

Case coordination, functional assessments, individualized rehab plans and community support to assist with community reintegration

York Region ABI Adult Day Program (Mackenzie Health) Physical health programming, cognitive activities and social programming