In collaboration with other regulated health professionals, creating and implementing individualized programs for persons with acquired brain injuries or serious traumas as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
Maintaining a person-centered paradigm and working jointly with support systems and treatment teams to develop and implement a preferred quality of life for our clients with challenging behaviours.
Supporting families with an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and/or an intellectual or developmental disability. Providing clients with a safe and stimulating environment, rich of choice and quality commitment.
Working alongside families to create safety and connection while providing guidance and supervision from a trauma informed lens to prevent further harm. Focusing on existing strengths and building hope for a healthy and safe family system.
"The aim of this fund is to provide financial support and resources for individuals with brain injuries, specifically the marginalized and vulnerable. Anyone can apply to the fund either individually or by a member of their support team (i.e., caseworkers, probation officers, etc.) on a case-by-case application to help pay for rehabilitation services such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychological counselling etc. We are also developing a roster of brain injury clinicians who are willing to pro-rate or donate their services."