Service Information
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Outreach Services
Traverse Independence
Category: Independent Living Skills Training (In Home)
Target Population: Acquired Brain Injury
Service Details
Traverse Independence offers outreach services throughout Waterloo Region and Wellington County for adults with acquired brain injuries. Support is provided to clients in their primary residence. Our outreach services assist clients with physical health, social and emotional well-being and integration into the community. The services are primarily aimed at improving clients' independent living skills.

ABI Community Facilitators, with input from the ABI clinical team, design and implement the individual client programs. Each program is adapted to suit the individual requirements of the client with short-term and long-term goals being set. For more information on our outreach services, contact the Intake Coordinator.
Languages: English
Eligibility Criteria
Other Criteria:
Minimum Age: 16 yrs
- 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
Other Services Offered by Traverse Independence
Traverse Independence provides 10 services in 6 categories

Adult Day Program
2 services

Unit 18-450 Westheights Drive, Kitchener, ON
Unit 18-450 Westheights Drive, Kitchener, ON

Other Services
1 service

Support Group
1 service

Supportive Housing
3 services

1 service

1382 Weber Street East, Kitchener, ON, Canada

Transitional Living Home
2 services