Our Initiatives

Outreach Services

Watching for factors that indicate deterioration of function or new medical issues that may need to be investigated further

Assisting with executive functiing skills such as organization and memory tools so that you can learn to be independent in organizing your life with appointment and scheduling tasks

Assisting with Income Assistance, P.W.D. Applications and C.P.D. Applications

Finance

Advising

Living 

Assistance

  • Assisting with Housing to avoid eviction

  • Assistance with transportation needs

  • Support in court proceedings

  • Referral to other agencies (career development, advocacy centre, occupational therapy and more)

Professional 

Guidance

  • Budgeting

  • RDSP's and Trusts

  • Food preparation

  • Music Therapy

  • Art Therapy

  • Many more!

Workshops

Support and education is gieven to family of caregivers of survivors of an acquired brain injury through one on one time, group peer meetings and referrals

Family and Caregiver

Support

Interested in helping?

Fundraising is always needed to help us maintain our programming. 

To access services at KBIA you must have a medically documented (diagnosed) concussion or brain injury.
You must also meet other eligibility criteria.
If you meet the eligibility criteria, please book an appointment for a consultation. Call us or use the button below to request a consultation.
Please bring documentation of your brain injury to your consultation.

CONTACT

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KOOTENAY BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OFFICE

1250 - 26th St, Box D, Castlegar, BC, V1N 4C9 

(778) 460 - 4500

ed@kootenaybia.ca

www.kootenaybia.ca

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