To help keep you connected to your community during extraordinary times, we are happy to offer virtual programming through our “Together in Isolation” project. To learn more, click HERE.

COVID-19 update: The health of our community is our number one priority. Due to the evolving situation with COVID-19 (coronavirus), all in-person programs and group functions will be suspended until further notice. For more information and updates, click HERE.

Fostering resilience, recovery, & community for brain injury survivors
and their families across Nova Scotia

At Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia, we understand how profoundly a brain injury impacts you and everyone close to you. With some 70,000 Nova Scotians affected by brain injury, we also understand how difficult it can be to find services and supports to help you and your family with your recovery and return to life, work and the things you love to do.

We are committed to building a community of support for brain injuries in Nova Scotia through programs, education, resources, and tireless advocacy for better supports and services for brain injuries across Nova Scotia.

You are not alone. Connect with us. As the only organized voice for the brain injury community in Nova Scotia, we are here to help, and we want to hear from you.

Brains... All we are.

Brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone.
In a moment, a life is changed forever.

After a short hiatus, we are proud to welcome back our annual golf tournament hosted at Glen Arbour Golf Course on October 1, 2020
Registration is now open!

Proceeds go to supporting brain injury survivors and their families. Raffle is open until July 29th, with the draw taking place on July 30th on Facebook Live! Get your tickets today!

“Understanding Brain Injury 101” Training in partnership with March of Dimes.
October Locations: Sydney, Yarmouth, Wolfville/Kentville

Programs & Resources

For you, your family, and community.