Our Group Programs form a community of individuals recovering from and supporting one another through brain injury. Participating in group programs can help you develop communication and socialisation skills, express yourself in alternative formats, and develop greater self-awareness by connecting with others on a similar path.
And – they’re fun!
Programs are offered year-round based on availability, interest, and need. Contact Us to learn more.Book a Consultation
A Bridge to Your Community
To be eligible for this service you must meet the following criteria:
To provide you with appropriate care, we require proof of an acquired brain injury confirmed by a physician and through medical or rehabilitation documentation.
We accept the following kinds of documentation:
Medical proof of acquired brain injury from a:
- CT scan
- MRI report
- Neurologist report
- Physiatrist report
Other medical or rehabilitation documentation that clearly indicates acquired brain injury, such as:
- Hospital records
- Medical, rehabilitation, or hospital discharge reports
- Neuropsychological assessment
- Psychiatric report with DSM V diagnosis of acquired brain injury
We understand that getting proper documentation can be tough. Contact Us anytime if you’re having trouble getting the documentation you need – we’re here to help!
You must be 16 or older to participate in our group programs. If you do not meet the age requirement, we offer a Youth Group for those ages 13 – 25.
You must be currently living in Central Okanagan, BC (from Armstrong to Peachland).Note: If you are outside this area, our Paid Services are offered remotely and are open to anyone living in Canada & the U.S.