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Case Management Services
Effective Case Management is the cornerstone to recovery after acquired brain injury. FVBIA offers skilled Case Managers to identify areas of need and help navigate the complex path back into the community.
Drop In/Leisure Programs
Drop In/Leisure Programs are available in Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Hope, BC. These programs offer a social place for people with acquired brain injuries (ABI) and their families to provide mutual support and education.
Please contact Drop In Centres & Leisure Program directly for information on hours, activities and upcoming events.
Abbotsford Drop In
103 – 2776 Bourquin Crescent West, Abbotsford, BC, Tel: (604) 850-6608.
Chilliwack Drop In
45966 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC, Tel: 604-792-6266
Hope Leisure Program
19855 Owl St. Silver Creek, BC, Tel: 604-869-9494
Education/Networking groups are offered in Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The groups focus on sharing, developing skill and learning to function as well as possible with the cognitive and emotional challenges of ABI.
Fraser Valley Brain Injury offers Young at Arts Summer Camp(s) for children affected by ABI. Children who have an acquired brain injuries, siblings and children who have a parent(s) with ABI join together in fun-filled activities focussed on art and nature.
Art & Photography Groups
Previously undiscovered talents are brought out in FVBIA’s various art and photography groups throughout the Fraser Valley. Not only do these groups produce amazingly talented artists and photographers, they help define a sense of purpose after life changing injuries.
ABI Education & Prevention
Why is it so important to wear a helmet? Why are concussions such a big deal? FVBIA provides education about bike/safety and helmets to over 3000 Grade 1 and Grade 3 students in Chilliwack, B.C., in partnership with the Chilliwack Safety Village to answer these very important questions. FVBIA also promotes brain injury prevention in the community.
Health & Wellness Activities
A healthy lifestyle is essential for promoting brain health and physical/emotional recovery after acquired brain injury. FVBIA offers a variety of activities that focus on nutrition, fitness and emotional wellness.