Brain Injury Association of Peel & Halton

Record #: MHL0015
Last Modified: 30 Apr 2019
Last Full Update: 30 Apr 2019

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Description & Services

Alternate Name BIAPH
Description The Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) advocates for the needs of, and provides information to survivors of brain injuries, their families and support network * Facilitates measures to promote the prevention of brain injury, improve quality of care/life, provide community education, and conduct resource searches on behalf of the members * offers information about Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI) services in Peel and Halton * Monthly, social, and leisure support groups, information nights * Helmets on Kids - education about safety, prevention and brain injury awareness to elementary school students. * provides caregiver relief to family and friends providing ongoing care for a person living with an acquired brain injury. 
In affiliation with the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) -Peer Support Mentoring Program; Education; Brain Basic Course - a two day course for professionals and family caregivers.
Areas Served Halton Region ; Peel Region
Eligibility Persons with acquired brain injuries (and their families)
Fees Membership - yearly $30.00 Single; $50.00 Family. This is a dual membership with OBIA. ; Program
Languages English ; Infomational material available in Punjabi, Urdu, Chinese, Polish, Portugese and Spanish

Contact Information

Address & Map
Coordinates: 45.5152760, -73.5758910
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Mailing Address PO Box 67012 
South Common Mall, 
Mississauga L5L 5V4
Office Phone 905-823-2221
Toll Free Phone 1-800-565-8594
Primary Contact Jorun Rucels, Executive Director

Other Details

Print Material Newsletter - Pathways
Elections AGM in June
Funding Fundraising ; Donations ; Coporate Sponsorships
Service Level (50) Non Profit


Subjects Advocacy ; Caregiver relief ; Disabilities ; Head injuries ; Information and referral ; Outreach ; Parenting support ; Respite care ; Safety ; Support groups ; Volunteer opportunities