Lisa speaks about the integral role Fraser Health's Concussion Clinic played in her recovery from a series of concussions.
Videos About Concussion
Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference
Sacha Arsenault describes how the Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference serves as an important community and resource hub for the brain injury community.
What is a brain injury?
This archival animated video describes the brain functions and how the brain is affected by a brain injury. It uses the analogy of a company system to describe how the brain's function are affected.
Judi Libin's Story
Judi Libin: a mother whose son sustained a traumatic brain injury resulting from an assault. She talks about her son's injury and recovery and how the family supported him throughout the journey.
Acquired Brain Injury : Recovery Part 2
Traumatic Brain Injury recovery: Learn about recovery during the acute and rehabilitation stages of injury. Find out more about compensatory strategies as well as how families can support their loved ones during recovery.
Acquired Brain Injury Outcomes - Part 1
Brain Injury Outcomes part 1: learn about how factors such as age, severity of injury, pre-existing health conditions as well as having good social supports can impact outcomes.
Check out our main website http://www.brainstreams.ca for more information about the brain and brain injury.
Traumatic Brain Injury - Part 1
ABI part 1: Learn about some of the causes of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and what may happen to the brain as a result of the TBI.
Geoff: a survivor of a traumatic brain injury talks about his injury, the importance of connecting with community resources and other survivors as well as some strategies that he has found useful.
What is a Stroke? How Does it Occur?
Strokes: Learn to distinguish between the different types of strokes including ischemic, hemorrhagic and lacunar. You can also learn about mini strokes or transient ischemic attacks (TIAs).
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The mission of Brainstreams.ca is provide 24/7 access to information and resources for the thousands of people who experience brain injury in BC and beyond each year.
We are actively seeking collaborators who share our vision to build Brainstreams.ca into a world-class online knowledge hub.
To explore partnership opportunities with Brainstreams.ca, contact Sarah Lowis at Sea to Sky Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.