Interior Health ABI Services help adults living in the community who are 19 to 64 years old and have a documented brain injury, as per the World Health Organization’s definition: “Damage to the brain, which occurs after birth and is not related to a congenital or a degenerative disease”. ABI Services also help families, caregivers, and staff in supporting individuals with brain injury and in understanding and managing the changes to their family that may occur after brain injury.
A referral is required in order to access the program. Individuals must be aged 19-64 and have a documented brain injury. Search for ABI services in your community or contact the Case Coordinator in your area.
Located in: Interior Health Authority.