A Workshop for Caregivers of People living with Acquired Brain Injury

Presented by the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA)

Saturday November 9th, 9 am – 12 pm

Friends House
60 Lowther Avenue

REGISTER, HERE

When someone suffers a brain injury the whole family is affected.  If you have a partner, spouse, child, relative or close friend with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) it is important to recognize that this situation can be highly stressful to you and it is important to seek support.  This three hour workshop will allow you to engage in meaningful conversations with other caregivers of brain injury survivors as you explore the following topics:

Understand How ABI Has Changed My Loved One

Discover Ways to Manage the Emotional, Cognitive and Physical Changes of ABI

Understand How ABI Has Changed My Family and How to Manage These Changes

Understand How ABI Has Changed Me

Discover Ways to Support Myself through the Emotional, Social and Physical Challenges of Caregiving

Caregiver Workshop Poster