Over my years as an Ontario personal injury lawyer, I have seen the impact brain injury has had on many of my clients. Due to this, I have become a passionate advocate for brain injury awareness and I have completed courses from Brock University in Neurorehabilitation, Advanced Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Neurological Assessments: Beyond Testing to further my understanding of traumatic brain injury and recovery, and Children and Youth with Acquired Brain Injury.
It is my privilege to announce that I have been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) during their recent Annual General Meeting. In this position, I will continue to be a member of the Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton – my local area. I hope to bring my expertise and legal perspective to OBIA during my three year term.
About the Ontario Brain Injury Association
OBIA is a not-for-profit organization that is committed to spreading awareness and education about brain injury. They also focus on supporting and enhancing the lives of Ontarians living with a brain injury and their families.
- Information and resources about brain injury
- Toll-free helpline
- Personal advocacy and support
- Training and education for both families and professionals
I encourage you to visit their website, www.obia.ca, and review the resources available.
Concussion Support from OBIA
There’s no such thing as “just a concussion”. A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and can have lasting effects.
OBIA recently launched a new weekly online support group for adults living with concussions. It is facilitated by two registered social workers who have experience with concussion and brain injury.
For more information or to register, contact the OBIA at 1-800-263-5404 or email@example.com.
>> Roger R. Foisy is an experienced Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer with an expertise in brain injury cases. If you or a loved one has sustained a brain injury at another party’s fault, please contact us today for a free consultation and immediate support.
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