Are you an ethnic minority caregiver for a loved one with a brain injury?
Your unique experiences can help strengthen caregiver support programs. The Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) is conducting a project to better understand the unique needs and challenges faced by caregivers of individuals living with brain injury. We are recruiting caregivers to take pictures and discuss their day-to-day experiences as a caregiver. These photographs and experiences will be presented as a photobook to raise awareness of caregiver experiences. The project includes a 60-minute introductory meeting, and a 60-minute interview over the phone or Zoom.
View the posters below for more information.
Our team consists of individuals from diverse disciplines and skills, who approach BIAPH’s mission with empathy and a strong drive for advocacy. Throughout their time at BIAPH, each team member has played a significant role in ensuring our support programs are quality-driven, member-focused and are aligned with the specific needs of our community.
BIAPH is dedicated to bridging the divide between research and the ABI community. We are thrilled to introduce the MindMatters blog, a platform featuring regular blog posts that aim to simplify research findings and provide resources for the ABI community. This blog is administered and supervised by the research volunteers of our Youth Engagement Team.