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Acquired Brain Injury - Central East

Acquired brain injury (ABI) is any damage to the brain after birth not caused by a congenital or degenerative disease. Trauma, such as from a fall or accident, stroke, aneurysm, tumour, exposure to toxins and infections of the brain are some common causes of ABI. The effects of a brain injury can be disabling. The services listed here offer a variety of rehabilitation, social and vocational supports and community reintegration.

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These services serve all or part of Central East
Brain Injury Association of Durham Region   Oshawa
Brain Injury Association Peterborough Region   Peterborough
Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto - Aldebrain Residence   Toronto
Community Solutions   Cobourg
Cota - Providence Healthcare - Acquired Brain Injury Adult Day Service   Toronto
Family and Friends of People with Brain Injuries   Port Hope
Forward Thinking Rehabilitation   Peterborough
Kawartha Participation Projects   Peterborough
Victorian Order of Nurses - Peterborough, Victoria and Haliburton   Peterborough

These services are located outside of Central East, but provide service to Central East.
Aphasia Institute - Pat Arato Aphasia Centre (The)   Toronto
Aphasia Institute - Pat Arato Aphasia Centre (The) - Introductory Program   Toronto
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada   London
Ontario Brain Injury Association   Thorold
Toronto ABI Network   Toronto
West Park Healthcare Centre   Toronto


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