BrainTrust Canada aims to be a key leader and collaborative partner in our community, meeting the unique needs of individuals living with the effects of brain injury by providing evidence based and innovative approaches to rehabilitation and recovery that leads to meaningful outcomes.

What is a Brain Injury?

An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is classified as damage to the brain occurring after birth through Traumatic or Non-Traumatic injuries. Contrary to common belief, ABI is not associated with neurodevelopmental disorders, congenital disorders or degenerative diseases, such as ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer’s Disease, MS, or Parkinson’s Disease.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the result of damage to the brain caused by an event such as blunt force trauma to the head, a traumatic fall, sport related injuries, and motor vehicle accidents.
  • Non-Traumatic Brain Injury (nTBI) is the result of damage to the brain caused by an illness such as aneurysms, anoxia or hypoxia (oxygen deprivation or overdose) or stroke.
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