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The Importance of Sleep after Brain Injury
Are Some People More Susceptible to CTE?
Western University researchers use dual brain scans to track long-term concussion toll
10 Little Things That Mean A Lot To Someone Who Has Depression
A Painful Pendulum
Family of Rod Jones: Head trauma led to former Husky football star’s suicide
The Brain Injury Association of York Region is committed to helping individuals, and their loved ones, who are dealing with an acquired brain injury. Our focus is to provide awareness, education and advocacy.
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My Story – By Jennifer Lawson
October 22, 2018
Holiday Loneliness: From Coping to Acting – by Stephanie Cowle
December 10, 2018
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