“Brain injury is invisible because you can’t see inside other people’s skulls, and there’s a lot of survivors in the community that people don’t realize. So what we do with this event is we get a lot of the survivors to come out and they get to be open and say ‘I’m a survivor and I can still do stuff.” - David Johnson, Executive Director

Who We Are

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Our Services

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Our Partners

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“A happy and healthy community is not a fairytale. All you need is a seed.”

 

We can accept gifts of securities and stocks, as well as bequests in wills.
Contact our executive director for more information by calling (250) 372-1799 or emailing kbia@kbia.ca.


Did You Know?

Every year 160,000 people experience an acquired brain injury.

Brain injury is leading cause of death and disability for Canadians under the age of 40.

Approximately 1.5 million Canadians live with the effects of an acquired brain injury.