Acquired Brain Injury (Inpatient)
The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program serves the rehabilitation needs of adults with acquired brain injuries and their families. Our program provides specialized care to provincial, regional and local patients. A team of health care professionals work together with the patient and their family to achieve their rehabilitation goals.
Learn about the Acquired Brain Injury Program in this program overview.
Care We Provide
- Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Service (B3 North) is a provincial program providing assessment and treatment to individuals with an acquired brain injury and subsequent complex behaviour and/or mental health challenges.
- Community Re-Integration Program (B3 South) supports individuals with moderate to severe brain injury. Treatment focuses on regaining a level of independence in order to reintegrate into the community.
- Slow to Recover Program (B3 South) supports individuals who have suffered a severe brain injury resulting in complex needs that require intensive treatment.