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Organization: Brain Injury Community Re-Entry - Niagara  
Phone Numbers: 905-687-6788
Toll-Free: 1-800-996-8796
Fax: 905-641-2785
Email: staff@bicr.org
Website: www.bicr.org
Address:
3340 Schmon Pkwy, Unit 2
Thorold, ON
L2V 4Y6
Intersection: Merrittville Hwy and Schmon Pkwy
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office: Mon-Thu 8am-4:30pm * Fri 9am-4pm
Residence: daily 24 hours
Executives: Tracy Maddalena - Intake Coordinator
905-687-6788 ext 627
Service Description: Community-based support and rehabilitation services to adults living with the effects of an acquired brain injury

Programs include:

Adult Day Program - Social, recreational, and therapeutic activities, for people with acquired brain injury, in a group setting for part of the day * helps to support family caregivers who provide day-to-day care

Assisted Living Services - Assisted living supports for people living in their own homes up to 24 hours per day

Life Skills Training - Basic skills training for the activities of daily living

Vocational Supports - Placement, sheltered workshops and employment, small business supports, employment skills training, and supported community employment

Fees: Free, unless third-party insurance involved
Application: Call * pre-admission assessment required * intake application available online
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults 18 years and older, living with the effects of an acquired brain injury
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: French website
Area(s) Served:
Niagara Region  
See Also: Acquired Brain Injury
Adult Day Programs
Community Support Services
Life Skills for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on March 14, 2018

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Updated March 14, 2018
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About Us
Providing rehabilitation and support services to individuals, families and caregivers throughout Niagara who are living with the effects of an acquired brain injury