Recognized
voice for ABI

Working to improve access to high quality, publicly funded ABI services

Connecting people
with services

Connecting people with ABI to the rehab and community services they need

Addressing
system-level issues

Working with members to improve the quality and accessibility of ABI services

Recognized
voice for ABI

Working to improve access to high quality, publicly funded ABI services

Connecting people
with services

Connecting people with ABI to the rehab and community services they need

Addressing
system-level issues

Working with members to improve the quality and accessibility of ABI services

The Toronto ABI Network helps hospitals and community-based programs connect people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) to the services they need. A recognized leader in ABI, we work to improve access to high quality, publicly funded ABI services and support.

Referral Forms

Info for Families

ABI Conference

Referral Forms

Info for Families

ABI Conference

Spotlight

Network’s 2019/20 annual report now available

The Toronto ABI Network is pleased to share our 2019/20 annual report, Supporting Members. Supporting people with ABI.

Network releases COVID-19 service impact report

This report provides up-to-date information on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on ABI community services.

Network releases guideline for transition planning

The Toronto ABI Network has released its new best practices guideline for planning the hospital to community transition for individuals with acquired brain injury.

Network’s 2019/20 annual report now available

The Toronto ABI Network is pleased to share our 2019/20 annual report, Supporting Members. Supporting people with ABI.

Network releases COVID-19 service impact report

This report provides up-to-date information on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on ABI community services.

Network releases guideline for transition planning

The Toronto ABI Network has released its new best practices guideline for planning the hospital to community transition for individuals with acquired brain injury.