- BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA
A program that matches a learner with a volunteer tutor for a three–part
- Day Timer: Clients are taught how to keep a journal that simulates the
way the brain remembers things to use as a reference and a way to plan
- Cognitive Skills Training: includes perception, problem solving, attention
and organizational skills development.
- Independent Living Skills: Relearning things such as managing a
bank account, cooking, and kitchen safety. Literacy and upgrading assistance
is stressed when needed.
|Where / When
||270 Tower Road, Suite 244–246, Program times vary.
||Bethune Bldg. #242, #244, #245, #246
1278 Tower Road,
P.O. Box 8804
Halifax, NS, B3K 5M4
||Phone No.: 473–7301
Fax No.: 473–7302
||The Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia strives to meet the lifelong
needs of people with brain injury. Their mission is to promote and contribute
to an environment in Nova Scotia which is responsive to the needs of all
persons affected by brain injury and which results in brain injury prevention.