The Provincial Health Officer has indicated that non-medical masks are now an expectation in all indoor public spaces, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in BC.

Therefore, effective November 9, 2020, masks must be worn by all staff members, consultants and clients when attending the office. The Public Health Agency of Canada is also now recommending the use of 3 layer non-medical masks with a filter layer to prevent the spread of COVID.

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Community Brain Injury Program

An individualized, community-based rehabilitation program is developed based on a comprehensive assessment.

Components of the Brain Injury Program:

The program includes any or all of the following components:

Case Coordination Services:

  • The Occupational Therapist liaises with all other involved health professionals to ensure a collaborative and cost effective approach is utilized.  Relates pertinent information to the case manager; and consults with the family physician.

Life Skills Training:

  • Increasing independence in daily living (home management tasks, meal preparation, and transportation) through compensatory strategies.

Cognitive Screening & Remediation:

  • Providing strategies to compensate for cognitive deficits and exercises to improve areas where limitations have been identified.

Physical Conditioning Programs:

  • Improving general tolerances, physical status, balance, increasing productivity, structure in daily routine, and self-esteem.

Vocational Programs: 

  • Developing work readiness skills and exploring vocational interests through volunteer or work placements.

Community Integration:

  • Assisting the individual in accessing social, recreational and leisure programs.

Benefits of the Brain Injury Program:

The goal is to assist the client to optimize his or her functional ability, promote independence, facilitate community integration, and return to work or productive activities. One-to-one training may be provided by a Rehabilitation Assistant or by a Job Coach.

Leave the beaten track occasionally and dive into the woods. Every time you do so you will be certain to find something you have never seen before.
Alexander Graham Bell
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