About Us

Brain Injury Association of Durham Region (BIAD) is a registered, not-for-profit charitable organization, primarily funded by the Ministry of Health through the Central East Local Health Integrated Care (CE LHIN). We serve the Durham Region by providing non-medical resources and supports.


Virtual Program

BIAD Day Program offers a supportive environment where individuals with Brain Injury can engage in meaningful activities, based upon their individual strengths and interests. If you are looking for engaging programming please join us on Zoom  Mon - Fri 


Contact Us

If you have any questions about our services you may leave a message at 905-723-2732 or email inquiry at information@biad.ca To request services from BIAD you can download our referral form here or visit our services page on our website here 


Our Services

BIAD services helps with enabling individuals, living with an brain injury, to be able to maintain an independent and empowered quality of life. BIAD offers a range of services to individuals such as: Community Support Services, Day Program, Peer Support, Homelessness Prevention and More


NEW Peer Support Program

The Peer Support Program connects people with a Mentor who has lived experiences with an individual (Partner) who is also living with the effects of an acquired brain injury who requires the support whether they be a survivor or caregiver. 


Meditation Workshops

March 10th at 3pm
An Introduction to Meditation
March 24th at 3pm
Sanitizing our Mind & Intellect
April 7 at 3pm
Be Responsive, Not Reactive
April 21 at 3pm
Cashing Out Problems For Qualities & Virtues 
May 5 at 3pm
Start every interaction with positive thoughts 



The Brain Injury Association of Durham’s (BIAD) Board of Directors is welcoming passionate, dedicated individuals to join its team! If you feel that your experience and expertise are aligned to this volunteer opportunity, include a note of interest, a copy of your most recent CV and covering letter to Board@biad.ca 


BIAD offers non-medical Brain Injury community support services. An application can be made by the individual (Self-referral) or Professionals (primary health care/community partners). To access services from BIAD please click on the referral form below for a printable PDF form.  If you require a paper copy of the Request for Service Form please contact us at information@biad.ca or call us at 905-723-2732

While our BIAD office and day program remain closed until further notice our staff are continuing to support our clients.
Our Day Program is running virtually through our new Virtual Day Program on Facebook. If you would like to connect with this program, you can request to join our group. We have daily interactive posts and live programs to keep our clients engaged.
We continue to support our clients via phone, email and other methods as required. Please do not hesitate to call or email to request services and/or support.




Zoom Program Survey 

Thank you for participating in our Virtual Zoom Programs. We do hope that you are enjoying these programs, and finding that they are inviting, engaging, and educational. We want to hear your feedback so that we can continuously improve content and access to these programs. Please take our quick survey by following the link below and let us know your thoughts (your answers will be anonymous).


Zoom Program Links