BrainTrust Canada is working to maximize the potential of those affected by acquired and traumatic brain injury by providing prevention, education, rehabilitation programs and services.
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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