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How BIAWE can help with COVID-19

How BIAWE can help your through this COVID-19 pandemic:

BIAWE is committed to doing everything we can to help offer support during these difficult times.
If you have been impacted by or are caring for someone with a brain injury, these incredibly challenging and unprecedented times can feel especially overwhelming.

VIRTUAL SESSIONS

BIAWE is offering a variety of virtual sessions to help provide therapeutic support and social interaction.
The virtual programs being offered using ZOOM (https://zoom.us/) include:
You Are Not Alone for ABI survivors and family/friends/caregivers – April 14, 2020 at 6 p.m. using ZOOM
Family and Friends Support Group for caregivers – April 29, 2020 at 6 p.m using ZOOM
Young Adult Support Group – April 14, 2020 at 6 p.m using ZOOM
Survivor Social – April 27, 2020 at 6 p.m using ZOOM

PHONE SUPPORT

We also offer our ongoing Peer Support Program – a one-on-one support for a one-year commitment, done via telephone with either a Partner or a Mentor. Call 519-981-1329 to register.

CHATS

Coffee Chat – starting April 8, 2020 on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to Noon using ZOOM. This is open to everyone and is strictly a social with no agenda. Keep in touch with your friends and acquaintances.

Check our Facebook page for regular updates and changes or call 519-981-1329 for more information.

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Bridging the Gap Sept 11

Save the date!

Bridging the Gap Rehab Conference

September 11, 2020
8 a.m. Breakfast/registration start until 4 p.m.
In conjunction with the Beyond Disability Network and Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare.


Keynote Speaker and Guest Speakers – to be announced.
Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare, Brown Auditorium
1453 Prince Rd, Windsor

Cost: $100 per person. $50 for students. Proceeds support Beyond Disability Network.
Tickets will soon be available soon through the BIAWE.com Paypal account
Sponsorship & Exhibitor Spots will be available. Contact https://beyonddisability.ca

THEME: Rehab to Community: The three Ps
Parenting, Primary Care, and Pain

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Lowe’s chooses BIAWE as Heroes recipient

We have more good news. Lowe’s on Tecumseh and Lauzon Parkway have chosen BIAWE to be the recipient of its “Heroes”event.

Money raised through their fundraising efforts started July 27 and through August and part of September will be donated to BIAWE for a NEW PROGRAM we will be offering in the fall/winter. (Details will follow)

The first event was a car wash in July.

In August there will be a jail and bail fundraiser on the weekends, more barbecues and an opportunity to donate a toonie at the cash register and get your name placed on their wall.


Here’s how you can help. We need volunteers for these fundraisers. At the jail and bail we need 2 people during each time slot – one to stand inside the jail being held for some crime or misdemeanour and another to solicit funds to either keep the person in jail or pay to get them out. Doesn’t this sound fun? Patronize this store, as they are helping us.


The best thing is during all these activities we can tell people about BIAWE and promote its programs and services. It’s a great outreach opportunity. Contact us to volunteer.