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All Events

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03 May, 24
28th Annual Holiday Party

Support our Annual Holiday Party! Proceeds are directed towards BIAPH’s free support programs for survivors of acquired brain injury.

November 28th, 2024

Mississauga Convention Centre

03 May, 24
bowling league
Summer Bowling League

For just $20 per bowler per week, with $10 of that donation going directly to BIAPH, you can join in the fun and support our cause.

July 30 - August 27, 2024

Classic Bowl, Mississauga

01 Mar, 24
The BIAPH flower logo sits on top of the words Brain Injury Awareness Month. Each word is on a different line, with the word Awareness in Green. To the right is a hand, hovering above the hand is a black and white brain. To the bottom, a green ribbon runs through.
Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain Injury Awareness Month (BIAM) is recognized throughout the month of June. Learn more about how you can support the ABI community!

June 2024

Virtual Awareness Campaign

16 Feb, 24
Bowl-a-thon 2024
18th Annual Bowl-a-thon

Support our Annual Bowl-a-thon as we team up to raise funds for free support programs for our acquired brain injury community!

February 28, 2024

Classic Bowl, Mississauga

05 Dec, 23
12 Games of Christmas event promo. BIAPH logo on the left (green flower), Mississauga Steelheads hockey team logo on the right.
12 Games of Christmas

Our 12 Games of Christmas has wrapped! Visit our page to view the 50/50 winners and lucky fans who got a chance at shooting for an Audi Q5!

September 29th — December 17th, 2023

Paramount Fine Foods Centre

18 Sep, 22
12 Minutes of Christmas

Thank you to everyone who supported and joined us for our third annual 12 Minutes of Christmas Virtual Holiday Event on December 14th, 2022!

December 14, 2022


29 Jun, 22
3rd Health Advocates Education Conference

What You’re Missing: Practical Tips and Strategies from Industry Professionals

June 29, 2022

Mississauga Convention Centre

21 Jun, 18
The Experts Speak

ABI Experts discuss the most current approaches to therapy and rehabilitation.

June 20, 2018

Sheridan College Conference Hall

02 Jun, 18
Unmasking Brain Injury

BIAPH joins over 20 communities across Ontario to unveil the Unmasking Brain Injury (UBI) Project to mark Brain Injury Awareness Month.

June 1, 2018


What People Say About Us

The respite caregiver knows his abilities and weaknesses. He is prone to be very, very quiet and she draws him out and makes him speak. She is a gentle and kind person who brings him some socializing that he otherwise would not have. The program has exceeded our expectations. The respite caregiver is a gem and we have come to love her!
Caregiver Relief Program, Recipient
I have really enjoyed people sharing their stories and hearing the speakers present. There have been some very informative speakers. Just listening to others helps me not feel alone and connected to others, you feel like somebody else understands what you're going through. For those thinking about attending a group I would say come with an open mind and expect to receive something good. It doesn't matter where the group is, there's always something good.
Adult Support Group, Member
Having a local support group (BIAPH), helped me a lot during my recovery. It has been great to meet other survivors that can relate to you and understand you and your situation. I made a whole new group of friends. I had wonderful experiences finally connecting with other survivors. The local support groups helped me share some of my challenges and learn from others.
Youth and Young Adult Support Group, Member
By having my husband be able to take back his previous responsibility of the weekly grocery shopping (with the assistance of a respite caregiver), he has become more self-confident in himself and it makes him feel good that he is able to help out with the weekly household chores.
Caregiver Relief Program, Recipient

Just a quick note to say thank you for the work you do. I really value the time you've taken each time to find me the right mentor. I am once again absolutely loving my calls with my current mentor and they are a highlight of my week where I know I can speak with someone who understands what I'm coping with. These are wonderful people who are mentors and I truly value their volunteered time to help people like me as we join the same path. I look forward to giving back as a mentor myself at some point.

Peer Support Program, Partner