We are pleased to announce the public launch of our new ABI Services Directory! This directory focuses primarily on publicly-funded or free/subsidized programs and services available to brain injury survivors and families across the province.
Available for free on our website and soon in health facilities across the provinces. We are thrilled to provide this resource to our community to help navigate the continuum of services available to support life after ABI.
Click HERE or on the photo to the right to view the full PDF directory.
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 over 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.
Brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone.
In a moment, a life is changed forever.
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