About

About - North Simcoe Muskoka Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) CollaborativeThe North Simcoe Muskoka Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Collaborative is comprised of the 4 agencies funded by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN), to deliver community ABI services in North Simcoe Muskoka. These agencies are:

  • North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre
  • York Simcoe Brain Injury Services (a partnership between Mackenzie Health and March of Dimes Canada)
  • Brain Injury Services Muskoka Simcoe
  • March of Dimes Canada

To see a map of the NSM area please click here.

The purpose of the ABI Collaborative is to promote a single coordinated sytem of services.

Mission

To demonstrate excellent leadership through partnering, to achieve the best possible outcomes for people living with
the effects of an acquired brain injury in North Simcoe Muskoka

Vision

To provide seamless, integrated, flexible and supportive services.

Seamless: Clients are supported through transitions from one service to the next to ensure fully integrated service delivery.
Integrated: Clients can receive services simultaneously to suit their specific needs.
Flexible: As the needs of the client change they can be referred to other agencies / organizations providing appropriate services.
Supportive: All agencies provide survivor and family support and education.

Values

As we provide our services, we are committed to:
• Clear and coordinated pathways to care and supports
• Providing access to a continuum of services
• A person-centered approach to service development and integration
• Survivor involvement in planning and decision making