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The Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) is one of Canada’s foremost organizations dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people living with brain injuries. On occasion, BIST spotlights the dedication and commitment of one special volunteer. This quarter our very own Colleen Boyce was recognized for her dedication to serving clients with traumatic brain injury. Way to go Colleen! <click here for more>
From the desk of Colleen Boyce, Executive Director
As always, we are so excited about the prospect of spring, especially after having had so much snow this past winter. Please be cognizant of changes in driving conditions and injury prevention as the weather improves!
The Alliance of Community Medical and Rehabilitation Providers has recently registered a new, shorter and “catchier” name – the Ontario Rehab Alliance. The Board is pleased to announce <click here for more>
Volunteer Of The Year 2013
Colleen Boyce was nominated for and is the recipient of the: BIST Vetter Volunteer of the Year Award, 2013. The nomination included: “Colleen is about as dedicated to a volunteer as you can get. <click here for more>
2012 BIST/OBIA MIX & MINGLE
Join us in supporting those in our community who are living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI), along with their families, friends and caregivers. Follow the link for more information and to register: http://www.obia.ca/index.php/resources/170
Brain Injury News, Treatment Tips, Technologies, and TBI Events
A podcast is a audio file that is distributed over the internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. A valuable resource for professionals, and family members, our podcast is meant to bring awareness and understanding to brain injury issues and treatment.
2011 Achievement Letter
2011 Outcome Validation Study Certificate
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