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Unveiling Resilience Narratives of Senior Acquired Brain Injury Survivors

The Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) aims to increase awareness of acquired brain injury (ABI). In 2022, we initiated a research study and created a photobook which shares personal narratives of older adults living with ABI. The book portrays their challenges and meaningful activities, bridging the gap in understanding the unique struggles of senior ABI survivors. We express heartfelt gratitude to all contributors and acknowledge the New Horizons for Seniors Program for their generous support. We thank ABI survivors, their families, and caregivers for sharing their experiences and providing unwavering support. 

Stay connected as we will soon offer the option for our photobook to be purchased and delivered to your home! Physical copies of the book can be used for personal use or as gifts for your loved ones. Together, we can raise awareness, eliminate stigmas, and drive positive change for this deserving community.

This photobook is Funded by the Government of Canada's New Horizon's for Seniors Program

If you would like to contribute to ABI research and projects, make sure to keep your eye on our Mind Matters Blog for future updates and announcements — or click the button below to subscribe to our mailing list!