Kamloops Brain Injury Association
Helping people with acquired brain injury live to their full potential.

Welcome to KBIA

The Kamloops Brain Injury Association serves individuals with acquired brain injuries, their families, caregivers and associates by offering specialized programs and lifeskills education. KBIA also facilitates education and awareness regarding acquired brain injury and offers prevention and safety workshops and seminars to the community. Read more About Us ⇒
Programs & Services

Programs & Services

The Kamloops Brain Injury Association serves individuals with acquired brain injuries, their families, caregivers and associates by offering specialized programs and lifeskills education. In 2012 we are offering the following programs:

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Education & Prevention

Education & Prevention

Some of the goals of the Kamloops Brain Injury Association are to provide education, to raise awareness about brain injury, and to promote injury prevention in the community.  This includes educating the public about brain injury and providing strategies to prevent the accidents that cause such injuries.
Our education and injury prevention programs include:

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Upcoming Events

Golf Tournament

Since 2004 Dr. Gur Singh has spearheaded the annual invitational golf tournament that bears his name and supports the Kamloops Brain Injury Association (KBIA). Each year the funds raised have allowed KBIA to provide the level of service brain injured survivors need to live to their full potential and to be contributing members of society.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Kamloops Brain Injury Association hosts many ongoing events; depending on the season we may be running karaoke, decorating for the holidays such as Christmas, Easter, or Valentine's Day. In addition we run public educational events and awareness campaigns for schools and the general public. Special events are posted in a calendar on the events page.

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KBIA Newsletter

KBIA Newsletter

Brain Matters is published quarterly by KBIA. Upcoming events, relevant articles as well as reports on previous events can all be found in our full color newsletter. Special thanks to all the advertisers for helping us make this newsletter a reality. Please sign-up to receive our newsletter!

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Donate Now

Donate Now

KBIA recognizes that it would not be able to provide specialized services to survivors of acquired brain injury without the generous support of our donors. We gratefully receive donations in our office or online; all donations over $20.00 will be eligible for a tax receipt.

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