Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
A community and out patient based service for individuals who have sustained a brain injury.
Services are provided in the out patient department and in the patients home if needed. The Acquired Brain Injury (A.B.I.) Program is committed to facilitating community reintegration and improving the overall functioning of individuals with brain injury. The team works with other professionals and family members to promote the best possible care for the client in his or her own environment.
Assessment is provided in the areas of psychosocial functioning, memory/thinking abilities (cognition), daily living skills and neuropsychological functioning. Psychiatric assessment and treatment is also available on a consultation basis. Education is offered to clients, caregivers and professionals on various ways to manage the altered lifestyles resulting from injuries.
Consultation and treatment (e.g. supportive counselling and cognitive rehabilitation) are available for caregivers and professionals to assist clients to achieve their goals. Intervention techniques are recommended on an individualized basis to meet the clients' needs. Follow-up is provided to ensure recommendations are effective.
Physicians: Please use the new Acquired Brain Injury Program Referral form as of November 1, 2017. The previous form will no longer be accepted, so please discard any old forms that you may have.
- Social Worker
- Occupational Therapist
- Consulting Psychiatrist
Location: 3rd Floor Casgrain Building, Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare
1453 Prince Road, Windsor, ON N9C 3Z4
Will provide services at locations and facilities within Windsor Essex County
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Phone: Program Secretary (519) 257-5458
Fax: (519) 257-5242
Program Manager: Jason Petro
(519) 257-5111 ext. 72500