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When: Third session will be held November 2nd @ 1:00 pm
Location:
Richmond Hill Public Library – 1 Atkinson Street, Richmond Hill L4C 0H5, (Major MacKenzie & Yonge)
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BIAYR-survivor-group

When: Every second Saturday of every month at 10:00 am
Location:
York Regional Police Station – 171 Major Mackenzie Drive West, Richmond Hill, Ontario
Our group is a chance to get to know others living with the effects of brain injury and to get the support you need in a safe and supportive environment. Grab a coffee, a couple timbits and enjoy some nice company and conversation. This group is for adults living with ABI over the age of 18.

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PODCAST – BY SICKBOY
Several years ago, Jennifer was struck by a car while riding her bike. In this podcast, produced by Sickboy, Jennifer explains how her life was affected by acquired brain injury. From debilitating physical pain, to the lack of concentration and focus, to rediscovering a lost libido, to a PTSD diagnosis.

Warning: this content contains language that may not be suitable for a younger audience.

  • As a brain injury survivor I have dealt with my share of barriers to overcome and in most part I feel that I have managed to triumphantly get through, but to say that, or think that, my struggles have all together disappeared, would be incorrect.......

  • Having any type of disability I’m sure comes with a series of hardships that I do not understand, but I think one common challenge (whether it is physical or mental) that a lot of us can recognize as similar, in some ways, is disclosure. Having......

  • There is a saying, “no two brain injuries are a like”. This is true, every acquired brain injury is different, just as we all, as humans, are different. But as we also share things in common, so do these ABI’s. One thing in particular that......

  • On Oct 2, 2014, while I was on my way to work I stopped on a highway as the traffic lights were red. There were about 4 cars in front of me. I left some room with the car in front as my mum always......

  • Every so often I find myself forgetting the reason behind why it is I am doing something, if in fact, I am trying to do two things at once. That is not to say that I cannot multitask, but I have to concentrate and remember......

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