BIAPR actively participates in the Central East Acquired Brain Injury (CE ABI) Network, as well as in many other community partnerships. These partnerships focus on such issues as human justice, homelessness, and food security.

Collaborations with other community support services help to build awareness, education and advocacy for individuals with ABI, their families and caregivers and the professionals who serve them.

Our partnerships and affiliations include:

  • Acquired Brain Injury Resource Team (ABIRT) of the CE LHIN
  • affiliate of Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA)/Ontario Advisory Council (OAC)
  • Brain Injury Association of Durham Region (BIAD)
  • Brock Mission
  • Canadian Mental Health Association, Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge (CMHA HKPR)
  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
  • Central East ABI Network
  • Central East Community Care Access Centres (CE CCAC)
  • Community Head Injury Resource Services (CHIRS), GTA
  • Community Care, City of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, Peterborough
  • Community Counselling City of Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough
  • Dr Joanna Hamilton, PhD, C Psych, Neuropsychologist
  • Four Counties Crisis
  • FourCAST Addiction Services
  • Haliburton Highlands Mental Health Services, Minden
  • Human Service Justice Coordinating Committees (HSJCC) in Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough and Haliburton
  • Kawartha Participation Projects (KPP)
  • Northumberland Hill Community Mental Health
  • Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
  • Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Services
  • Ontario Works (OW)
  • Community Aids Resources Network (PARN)
  • Port Hope/Northumberland Community Health Centre
  • Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Network (PABIN)
  • Peterborough Supportive Housing Network
  • 360 Degree Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic, Peterborough
  • YMCA
  • Youth Emergency Shelter (YES)
  • YWCA/Crossroads

We encourage any individuals who are providing ABI support, to assist their clients by utilizing these resources for education and case management.

If you suspect or have flagged an individual with ABI, if you are managing an individual with ABI, or require support, education or training around management, call us. If you require assistance with a plan for transitioning into the community, call us.  You are not alone.

Contact Debra Prescott, ABI Navigator, Central East ABI Network at through the BIAPR office at 705-741-1172.