BC Brain Injury Association (BCBIA) is celebrating 40 years of service. Over the years, many stories of survivors overcoming adversity have been shared. These stories are powerful. As part of our celebration, BCBIA is actively seeking inspirational stories from individuals and families living with a brain injury to publish on Brainstreams.
We know that rehabilitation and recovery is a very long process. People need hope, encouragement, and unlimited cheerleaders to rebuild life after brain injury. It is our intention to share stories of triumph and success to inspire and give hope. Join us and share your story today.
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BC Brain Injury Association Advocates for Supports for Crash Victims
The BCBIA continues to monitor, advocate and is looking at means to access appropriate levels of support for crash victims.
If you or a loved one are facing similar challenges please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ICBC Coverage Concerns Regarding The Enhanced Care Model
The BC Brain Injury Association is most concerned in regard to the issues raised in this article. Innocent crash victims must be fully protected and compensated by ICBC and its Enhanced Care Model. The BCBIA will be bringing this story forward to appropriate authorities at ICBC and those others concerned about the Enhanced Care Model.
Should you or those within your network experience similar, perceived unfair treatment or support from the ICBC Enhanced Care Model, please let us know. Send concerns or issues to: Geoff Sing care of – email@example.com.
Click here to read the full article on Jess Holland-Roy’s crash and the challenges he is experiencing with ICBC.
ICBC Video Series
To read our blog post and to view the four-part video series funded by ICBC on the Enhanced Care Model, click here.
The Journey Ahead
We are pleased to announce a new section of Brainstreams called The Journey Ahead. This project was generously funded by ICBC.
This section is for survivors, family members, friends, and caregivers to learn about brain injury, what it entails, to find suitable and appropriate supports, and to provide information about additional services, funding sources, and other community resources.
Please check out The Journey Ahead and let us know what you think.