Brain Injury Awareness Month
2023: Traumatic Brain Injury- A Lifelong Condition
2022: Shining a Light on Brain Injury
2022 will be a continuation of the Shine a Light on Brain Injury campaign, with a primary focus on mental health and personal stories. This year, we are highlighting how mental health is affected by brain injury and how traditional supports aren’t always accessible to the brain injury community. As a country, we need to recognize the inequitable treatment of those with disabilities (particularly invisible ones) and work to make sure that individuals with brain injury have access to mental health supports. We encourage you to engage with us on social media, further your knowledge of brain injury, and make lasting impact for the brain injury community.
Join the campaign by following along on social media. Use the hashtags:
2021: Shining a Light on Brain Injury
The 2021 joint Brain Injury Awareness Month campaign is focused on raising awareness of brain injury in Canada – in other words, shining a light on this often invisible disability. Brain injury associations across Canada came together to share in this universal message about a condition that affects every individual in a unique, complex way.
Join the campaign by following along on social media. Use the hashtags #BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth, #BrainInjuryAcrossCanada, and #SpotlightonBrainInjury when sharing your own experiences or posts.