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Chloe Ribaric's Story

I was asked to write about what it is like to be Lincon’s caregiver. First, I must tell you a bit about my son. Lincon was born October 13, 2016 and was the most beautiful baby. As he grew, he met all his milestones right on time. He loved to play outside, colour and play ball. He was the perfect baby in every way.

Stéphan Rouleau's Story

In June 2018 and for no specific reason, I suffered an acute stroke while I was out of town. Simply put, I fell asleep before taking the wheel to drive home to Paris from Hamilton. Thankfully, I managed to make it home safely after filling up my gas tank and paying for it, while stroked, with no memory of doing any of this whatsoever.

Lila Homen's Story

I was 43 and had recently relocated to Saskatchewan when I acquired a severe brain injury from a motor vehicle accident. It was late afternoon and approaching dusk just before Christmas in 2003. My daughter who had just months earlier graduated from high school decided to accompany me on this work-related trip in my little hatchback. As we slowed down to the posted 80 kmph on the highway, a commercial truck proceeded across it from a side road causing me to t-bone it.

Michelle Bloodworth's Story

My dad; my dad has always been strong both physically and mentally. Dad served many years in the US military and completed a tour in Vietnam. Dad loved riding motorcycles and did many trips across the country with his friends. Dad was married to my mom for 20+ years and was the guy you called upon to help install your new toilet and fix your plumbing, or install your pool, or build a garage, he could fix or build anything….a real “Mr. fix it” they would say.

Mike’s Superhero Walk for Brain Injury – Mike’s 10th Walk Celebration

Thank you to all our participants. Without your support, we would not have been able to complete our goal of 180KMs.
We are pleased to announce that we surpassed our goal with a combined total of over 2600KM walked, biked and ran!
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Who We Are

We are committed to maximizing the quality of life of individuals with brain injury, their family and friends through: peer and community support, information about available services, resources and programs, public awareness of the causes, impact and prevention of brain injury, and advocacy on behalf of those affected.

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What We Do

Since 1982, we have helped to maximize the quality of life for individuals affected by brain injury through education, support, advocacy and increasing public awareness. The association consists of both community members and professionals, and we are continually growing and expanding our resources to better assist those affected by brain injury, and to prevent brain injury through education.

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Why We Do

While support services to survivors and their families are a major part of our work, prevention and education are also important, and we promote safety wherever we can. In recognition of our work in bicycle helmet promotion, we received a Road Safety Award from the Ministry of Transportation for our role in organizing the largest helmet sale in Canada (according to published reports). We have participated with other agencies over the years to promote Safe Kids Week. We have conducted a head protection workshop in an industrial setting (a first for our agency), and continue to offer head protection sessions to groups around the area.

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The Brain Injury Association of London & Region now have the multiple membership options.

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COVID-19 Update

Please note during the COVID-19 Outbreak we have temporarily suspended all of our in person support group meetings. Some of the support groups are continuing to meet online using Zoom. To find out how you can access these free supports please email info@braininjurylondon.on.ca or call 519-642-4539 and leave a message with your name and phone number and we will return your call.

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