Life After Acquired Brain Injury- Peer Education and Support Program
Life After Acquired Brain Injury: Peer Education and Support Program -
This 8-week program, conducted in 8 x 90 minute sessions will provide participants with the opportunity to learn the tools to help with the ongoing challenge of rebuilding their lives post ABI. The program material will be done in a group setting and participants will have the chance to share their experiences and acquire new skills. This program is run by NBIS's Community Navigator Mick Timbrell in the NBIS Lounge.
Themes/topics for the sessions will include but not be limited to:
- Life after ABI
- Rebuilding your Life
- Managing Energy
- Attention and Focus
- Goal Setting and Planning
- Grief and Loss
- Building self-confidence and self-identity
This program is by referral only and reserved for people with acquired brain injury/stroke. For more information please contact our Community Navigator Mick at 250-753-5600 Ext.203.