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Acquired Brain Injury Programs
Acquired Brain Injury programs address community access and rehabilitation support.
The following programs are offered at the Saskatoon Branch of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council.
Participants of the programs are each matched with a professional and qualified Community Support Worker to ensure their individual interests and needs are met.
Aboriginal Acquired Brain Injury Community Support
This program is designed specifically for Aboriginal adults with acquired brain injury to provide a connection between participants and their Aboriginal community. In addition to facilitating independent living and peer interaction the program provides opportunities to engage in cultural activities and events.
Acquired Brain Injury Community Support
The Community Support program aims to promote the active participation of people with acquired brain injury in the community. There are a variety of services available to clients which include assistance with independent living, community connections such as volunteer opportunities, and leisure activities that encourage social interaction.
New clients are always welcome to apply for the program. For more information please call the Saskatoon Branch of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council.
1410 Kilburn Avenue
Tel: 306-653-1694 Fax: 306-652-8886