• Facts - Acquired brain Injury is the 4th leading cause of disability in Canada.Acquired brain Injury is the 4th leading cause of disability in Canada.
  • More than 50,000 Canadians sustain a brain injury each year.
  • Hundreds of thousands of men women and children with ABI live in Ontario without the supports they desperately need. Brain injury Survivors are often mislabelled, misdiagnosed and misunderstood.*


Acquired brain injury is damage to the brain that occurs after birth from traumatic or non traumatic events. It is not a degenerative condition like Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.

An acquired brain injury can be a result of falls, collisions, assaults, concussion, stroke, tumours, anoxia, meningitis.

Brain Injury Survivors May Complain of:

Cognitive difficulties associated with:

• Attention/Concentration

• Memory

• Orientation

• Decision-making

• Problem-solving

• New learning

Physical Symptoms:

• Headaches

• Fatigue

• Dizziness

• Uneven gait

• Nausea

• Visual disturbances (e.g. blurring)

• Seizures

• Changes in sleep patterns

• Changes in eating habits

Behavioural changes:

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• Depression

• Anxiety

• Irritability

• Emotional/impulse control difficulties

• Reduced initiative and motivation

*Ontario Alliance for Action on Brain Injury.