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Toronto ABI Network Annual Report 2019-2020

Friday, June 19, 2020
More than 18,000 Ontarians will suffer  a brain injury this year.

Access to high quality services is critical to help them rebuild their health and their lives.

The Toronto ABI Network works with its membership of hospitals and community service organizations to ensure those services are available.

We manage over 1,200 referrals each year, helping members find and access inpatient rehab, community services and outpatient services for their clients. We act as a centralized resource of information, education and support for members and others who are working to meet the needs of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). And we provide a strong voice for ABI, looking across the system to identify where improvements are needed--and advocating for change.

Supporting members.
Supporting people with ABI.





 
     
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Funding for CHIRS is provided, in part, by the
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