(519) 642-4539
(519) 642-4539

NEW Services Directory – Click here!

Missed the deadline to submit a listing? email:

Perth County Concussion Program – Spring 2024

Registration now open – Click here to register

Mike’s Superhero Walk 2024

Save the date – Saturday May 25th, 2024

Flights and Bites Networking Night

Save the date – February 27th, 2024

Get your tickets here

Download the Flights and Bites sponsor opportunities flyer

Annual Brain Injury Conference 2024

Save the date – Friday June 14th, 2024 

Download the 2024 call for abstracts here

COVID-19 Update

*Please note that our Covid Safety Policy has been updated as of March 1st.

Our Brain Injury Support Groups are back to meeting in person but still require screening and masks to be worn, please read through our policy for full details.

In person meetings:

Please take a moment to review our new Covid Safety Requirements Policy on our support group page as some things have changed. CLICK HERE: Covid Safety Requirements Policy

Please note: We are no longer allowing drop-ins, please contact the Association or group leader to register first.

If you have any questions please email 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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Annual Brain Injury Conference

12:00 am - 11:59 pmGoodwill Community Store
Who We Are
What We Do
Why We Do

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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Join us in our mission to improve the lives of those living with a brain condition.

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Interested in getting involved with the Brain Injury Association of London and Region?

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

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Volunteers are essential to the effective functioning of the Association.

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