Brain Injury Survivors Face Long Waits for Services

by John McKiggan

Survivors of traumatic brain injuries face long waits for treatment and rehabilitation services.

No Service the Norm

The president of the Brain Injury Association of Canada, Shirley Johnson, says that for persons who have suffered brain injuries shortages of programs, long waiting lists or simply no access to services at all, is the norm in most areas of the country.

Help Us Change That

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month in Nova Scotia. The Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia is hosting 18 Holes for Hope on Monday June 21, 2010 at the Brightwood Golf and Country Club.

This is one of BIANS major fundraisers. There are still a few spaces available for anyone who wants to come out and support brain injury awareness. You can contact me through this blog if you want more information.

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