Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Programs address community access and rehabilitation support. Participants are matched with a qualified Community Support Worker to help facilitate each individual’s unique goals and interests. 

Acquired Brain Injury Community Support

The Community Support program aims to promote the active participation of individuals with acquired brain injury in the community. A wide variety of services are available to clients including assistance with independent living, community connections such as volunteer opportunities and leisure activities that encourage social interaction.

Aboriginal Acquired Brain Injury Community Support

This program is designed specifically for adults with acquired brain injuries who identify as Aboriginal to provide a connection between participants and their Aboriginal community. In addition to facilitating independent living and peer interaction, the program provides opportunities to engage in cultural activities and events.

These programs are offered in Saskatoon and Regina. New clients are welcome to apply to either program. For more information, please contact the Saskatoon Branch or the Regina Branch.

Saskatoon Branch

1410 Kilburn Avenue
Saskatoon, SK  S7M 0J8
306.653.1694 306.652.8886
Mon-Fri8:30am - 4:30pm

Regina Branch

825 McDonald Street
Regina, SK  S4N 2X5
306.569.9048 306.352.3717
Mon-Fri8:30am - 4:30pm