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Organization: Brain Injury Services of Northern Ontario - Thunder Bay - Regional Office  
Phone Numbers: 807-623-1188
Toll-Free: 1-866-796-1188
Fax: 807-623-1201
Email: bisnoro@bisno.org
Website: www.bisno.org
Address:
426 Balmoral St
Thunder Bay, ON
P7C 5G8
Intersection: Balmoral St and Dease St
Location: South Ward
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Alice Bellavance - Chief Executive Officer
alice@bisno.org
Lauri Moffatt-Zawacki - Program Director
laurimz@bisno.org
Contacts: Susan Smulski - Executive Assistant
807-624-4222 * susans@bisno.org
Service Description: Assists individuals living with the effects of brain injury

Located at Balmoral St near Dease St

  • Assists individuals who are living with the effects of a brain injury attain their maximum potential as they continue living, loving, and doing
  • Helps individuals to participate in meaningful life roles at, or as close as possible to the level they did prior to their acquired brain injury
  • Provides flexible services to meet the diverse needs of individuals who require rehabilitation and support services
  • Provides referrals to the residential services available in Thunder Bay
  • Offers Assisted Living Services in the following locations:
    • Andras Court
    • Castlegreen Site
    • McKellar Place

    • Provides Community Rehabilitation and Outreach Services in Thunder Bay, Kenora, Fort Frances and Dryden

  • Fees: None
    Application:
    • Referrals by family, health professional, physician, lawyer, or self-referral

    • Intake process includes completed and signed "Application for Service” (AFS) form which can be found on the website
    • AFS form can be signed by substitute decision maker
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals with an acquired brain injury
    Age: 16.00 years and older
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served: Thunder Bay and area
    See Also: Acquired Brain Injury
    Life Skills for People with Disabilities
    Supportive Housing

    This information was last completely updated on February 1, 2017

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