The Supported independent living program by BIAD is specifically designed to cater to the needs of individuals who have suffered a brain injury and require additional support to live independently.
The program is tailored to meet each individual’s specific needs and includes a range of support activities that focus on enhancing their daily living skills.
- Assisting with grocery shopping
- Allows individuals to learn and practice skills such as budgeting, meal planning, and healthy eating.
- Helping with driver’s license reinstatement
- Enables individuals to regain their mobility and independence.
- Support in establishing daily routines
- Helps individuals to manage their personal obligations and daily tasks, thereby giving them independence.
- Setting new personal goals
- Provides individuals with a sense of purpose and direction.
- Appointment support
- Helps individuals develop a sense of autonomy, develop life skills, and become more self-sufficient.
- Reminders for events and tasks
- Helps individuals manage their schedule and stay organized.
Overall, BIAD’s Supported independent living program is a vital resource for those who have suffered a brain injury and require additional support to live an independent and fulfilling life.
Application For Service
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) by completing an Application for Services form. To access this application please click this link https://biad.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/2023.03.22-BIAD-Applicaton-for-Service.pdf
BIAD follows the PHIPA guidelines and accepts applications via fax, mail, or in-person. To maintain confidentiality, please refrain from sending the application form via email. If you require a paper copy of the form please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 905-723-2732