Services

Are available to anyone in the community with an interest in the challenges that come with living with the effects of an acquired brain injury or seizure disorder.  Our vision for services is compassionate and exceptioanl client care.  Our values are:  accountability, collaboration, compassion, respect and responsiveness.

Recreational & Social
Programming

Walking Programs

Bowling & Mini-putt

Community Kitchen

Coffee & Games

Yoga & Other Activities

Peer Mentoring

Connects persons with living experience (the Mentor) with an individual who is living with the effects of acquired brain injury who requires the support (the Partner). The program is available to survivors, family members and/or unpaid caregivers.

Educational Presentations

Direct observation in a school setting​

Collaborate with teachers on tasks​
Develop techniques to communicate​
Assist with program modification​
Provide resources for school staff​

Awareness Services

Assessment & Evaluation

Special Guest Presentations

Community Health Fairs

School Visits/Presentations

Advocacy & Referral

Assistance with official paperwork

Referral to other agencies and organizations

Articles & Resources

Support Groups

Men's Support Group held virtually every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1:00pm.

Survivor Support Group at Extendicare

Caregiver Support Group at March of Dimes Office (First Monday of every month) have been put on hold until further notice.

New Beginnings

This adult weekly day program consists of social, recreational, and therapeutic services for those with seizure and/or brain injuries in a group setting. Click New Beginnings for more details.

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Join Us:

Groups & Services are held at

First United Church: Basement

230 Eighth Ave. Timmins, ON 

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Call Us:

705-264-2933

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Mail Us:

Seizure & Brain Injury Centre

Po Box 743

Timmins, ON. P4N 7G2

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