Our mission is to be the agent of change providing leadership for developing, driving and implementing a provincial strategy in BC to improve the lives of people who live with acquired brain injury.


This coming year we will be focusing on the following priority outcomes:

  • People will have access to information on ABI
  • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) will have a clear, distinct and recognized profile in BC
  • There will be a solid provincial stragtegy for ABI in BC
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Current Projects

We are thrilled to announce that the Phase 1 Report of the Acquired Brain Injury Provincial Services Evaluation Initiative is now complete. Browse the executive summary report here.

In the News

From cutting-edge research to upcoming gatherings and inspiring stories, the brain and brain injury are topics that come up in the news each week. 

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Featured Event

Join the Nanaimo Brain Injury Society on Friday November 20th for an informative morning of presentations and a panel discussion with leaders in the field of mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) research and best practice.

This event is suitable for anyone, including Health and Social Service Providers, Sports and Legal Professionals, Athletes, Public and Community Organizations, Non-profits and Individuals.

For more information about the workshop and to register, visit their events page here>>


Featured Campaign

Don't become a statistic. A driver is 23 times more likely to cause an accident while texting and driving. The results of these accidents can often be serious brain injury or death. Here in Canada we have introduced strong legislation to reduce these types of vehicle accidents, in turn helping to reduce the number of TBIs. 

Read more about the impacts of texting and driving in this article by the Brain Injury Society. Do your part to prevent further injuries and put down the phone.





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Brain Injury Information and Resources in BC - Home

This section of the website provides an overview of concussion, prevention, coping with symptoms and resources for more information.

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Brainstreams.ca is an online education and networking site for the Brain Injury Community in B.C. and beyond.

The material on this web site is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.