Service Information
Beginnings Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Day Program
Traverse Independence
Category: Adult Day Program
Target Population: Acquired Brain Injury
Service Details
Typically, clients in the Beginnings program have needs that prevent them from participating in Traverse Independence Opportunity Centre programs. Beginnings offers more structure and quiet, and a smaller number of clients participate in its programs.

Beginnings gives you an opportunity to socialize, build friendships, relearn skills and develop new ones. Beginnings has an accessible setting where attendant services, behavioural facilitators, and life skills staff are available on a higher staff ratio than at the Opportunity Centre programs. A free lunch is provided.
Personnel Security: Vulnerable Persons Police Check
Languages: English
Meal Options:
Cultural Cuisine Adaptability
Food Allergy Adaptability
Special Accommodation:
Wheelchair AccessibleYes
Eligibility Criteria
Adults with an Acquired Brain Injury.- Have a valid Ontario Health Card- Have a brain injury diagnosed by a regulated health professional- Be medically stable- Demonstrate the desire to be involved in programs- Not be dangerous to themselves or others- Not have severe behavioural problems- Not have ongoing psychiatric or substance abuse issues- Require additional PSW support at the Day Program
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