Our mission is to be the agent of change providing leadership for developing, driving and implementing a provincial strategy in BC to improve the lives of people who live with acquired brain injury.


This coming year we will be focusing on the following priority outcomes:

  • People will have access to information on ABI
  • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) will have a clear, distinct and recognized profile in BC
  • There will be a solid provincial stragtegy for ABI in BC
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Current Projects

We are thrilled to announce that the Phase 1 Report of the Acquired Brain Injury Provincial Services Evaluation Initiative is now complete. Browse the executive summary report here.

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From cutting-edge research to upcoming gatherings and inspiring stories, the brain and brain injury are topics that come up in the news each week. 

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The BC Patient Safety and Quality Council (BCPSQC), along with its partners, is planning its first ever Change Day BC on October 15, 2015.

It is  built on the success of a global movement started with England’s National Health Service (NHS) Change Day in 2013.

At BCBIA, we share in the belief that anyone can make a difference and that change begins with a single act.  Our board members have already made their pledges and encourage you to do the same. Check out this video to learn more about ChangeDay BC and then make a pledge by CLICKING HERE and join BCBIA in making a difference!


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Joe Murphy, Founding Partner and Scott Stanley, Partner with Murphy Battista LLP outline their firm’s services, approach and philosophy around client-centred practice.

If you are experiencing any legal issues or have a legal question related to brain injury use our Ask a Lawyer contact form to submit a question to the firm. 



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