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.
Network’s 2020/21 annual report now available
The Toronto ABI Network is pleased to share our 2020/21 annual report, A United Voice for ABI. The report provides an overview of the support the Network provided members and other providers during this time of uncertainty, so they could continue to access ABI services and support for their clients.
UHN Canadian Concussion Centre Webinar Series
25 online sessions – This webinar series is for people with persisting concussion symptoms. Topics include: concussion treatment, exercise therapy, vestibular therapy, mental health, return to work, school and athletics, and more.
Finding the Right Concussion Clinic
Developed by the Toronto ABI Network, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation and persons with lived experience. Includes a checklist to guide you in selecting the clinic or group of professionals who will treat prolonged concussion symptoms.
Connecting people to services
The Toronto ABI Network helps connect people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) to the services they need. This infographic provides a quick overview of our 2019 referrals and the clients being served.
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’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 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.
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.
Gathering data to advocate for complex ABI needs
The Toronto ABI Network is expanding its efforts to track and report on the challenges experienced by people with ABI who have complex needs and are living in the community.