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

Lawyer Database

The Toronto ABI Network’s Personal Injury Lawyer Database helps you find and compare 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

Lawyer Database

The Toronto ABI Network’s Personal Injury Lawyer Database helps you find and compare 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

NEW

Referral Forms

Info for Families

ABI Conference

NEW

Spotlight

ABI Notes - June 2024

In this issue of ABI Notes, we’re sharing news about a tool for patients with concussion, updated programs and descriptions document, the early notification process and spotlighting CHIRS' Adult Day Services.

New guide helps OHTs address brain injury, mental health and addictions

The Toronto ABI Network has developed a brief guide to assist Ontario Health Teams in caring for individuals with brain injury, mental health and addiction—which are often interrelated.

New resource provides wait times for ABI services

The resource is designed to support transition planning and help clinicians, patients, families and caregivers plan and make decisions about ABI services.

ABI Notes - June 2024

In this issue of ABI Notes, we’re sharing news about a tool for patients with concussion, updated programs and descriptions document, the early notification process and spotlighting CHIRS' Adult Day Services.

New guide helps OHTs address brain injury, mental health and addictions

The Toronto ABI Network has developed a brief guide to assist Ontario Health Teams in caring for individuals with brain injury, mental health and addiction—which are often interrelated.

New resource provides wait times for ABI services

The resource is designed to support transition planning and help clinicians, patients, families and caregivers plan and make decisions about ABI services.