Damage to the brain which occurs after birth and is not related to a congenital or degenerative disease.
What's the difference between acquired brain injury and traumatic brain injury?
Are acquired brain injuries common?
What changes might a person experience as a result of a brain injury?
What are some of the common physical changes people may experience?
What are some of the common cognitive changes people may experience?
What are some of the emotional changes the person may experience?
What are some of the social changes that may occur?
How can I find financial assistance?
We have some excellent resources about advocacy, legal counsel and an interactive “Ask a Lawyer” contact form. Visit our Advocacy and Legal Counsel page.
Heart and Stroke Foundation provides detailed information about: Types of Stroke, Prevention of Risk Factors, Living with a Stroke, Warning Signs, Women & Stroke, Tests, Treatment, Other Resources
BC Cancer Agency links you to websites with information about brain tumours and cancers that affect the Central Nervous System
Headlines Newsletters for people who have a brain tumour
Brainline a site from the United States that provides a full range of information about traumatic brain injury