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Forum seeks to help bridge gap for those with complex needs

A one day educational forum hosted by the Toronto ABI Network and the Toronto Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee (T-HSJCC) in May opened up an important dialogue about system gaps faced by individuals with multiple and complex needs. Bridging the Gap brought together over 80 service providers from shelters, hospitals, inner city health teams, […]

Back to School conference focuses on care following TBI

Heading back to school took on a whole new meaning in September for the 250 registrants who attended the Back to School 2013 Conference, Hospital to Home: Working Collaboratively. Presented by Thomson, Rogers in collaboration with the Toront ABI Network, the conference brought together health providers, case managers and lawyers from the public and private […]

Back to School Conference 2013

Please join us for the Back to School 2013 Conference ~ Hospital to Home: Working Collaboratively ~ presented by Thomson, Rogers in collaboration with the Toronto ABI Network. The conference is being held at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, 60 Yorkville Avenue on Thursday, September 12, 2013. Click here for Conference Agenda Click here for the Registration […]

BIST needs your input…

The Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) Board is developing a strategic plan and as part of the preparation, we are reaching out to our stakeholders and members. Please take a few minutes to complete this very short survey. Your feedback will help shape our vision and the future of BIST. The deadline to complete the […]

Toronto ABI Network Annual Report 2012/2013 now available

The Toronto ABI Network Annual Report 2013/2013 is now available online and in hard copy format. This year’s report, Stimulating System Change to Improve Outcomes, takes a closer look at some of the initiatives the Network engaged in over the past year to help drive system improvements in the way ABI services are delivered. Among […]

Toronto ABI Network welcomes new staff

The Toronto ABI Network is pleased to welcome two new staff to the team. Linda Ngan joins the Network as Project/Data Coordinator and comes to us from the University Health Network – Toronto Western Hospital where she worked as a physiotherapist across multiple patient populations including orthopaedics, rheumatology, cardiology, stroke and neurosurgery. Bringing a unique […]

Bridging the Gap Forum (May 29 2013) takes a closer look at brain injury, homelessness, addictions, mental health and the justice system

Recognizing that service providers work with clients who frequently have multiple and complex needs, the Toronto ABI Network and the Toronto Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee, sponsored an all day educational forum on May 29, 2013 at the University Centre of Toronto Rehab/UHN.  The day brought together over 80 service providers from shelters, hospitals, […]

Personal Injury Lawyers

The Toronto Acquired Brain Injury Network, together with a number of Toronto-area hospitals, is seeking information to determine the feasibility of creating a listing of personal injury lawyers that could be accessed by patients/clients requiring the services of a personal injury lawyer.  Interested lawyers can click HERE to learn more and to complete a questionnaire […]

Positions Available

The Toronto ABI Network is currently recruiting for an ABI Project/Data Coordinator and an ABI Referral Coordinator. For more information, or to apply for either of these positions, please view the job postings. Applications for these positions are being accepted until April 5, 2013.

Are you a personal injury lawyer practicing in Ontario?

Are you a personal injury lawyer practicing in Ontario? The Toronto Acquired Brain Injury Network, together with a number of Toronto-area hospitals, is seeking information to determine the feasibility of creating a listing of personal injury lawyers that could be accessed by patients/clients requiring the services of a personal injury lawyer.  Interested lawyers click HERE to learn more […]