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Organization: Mindforward Brain Injury Services  
Phone Numbers: 905-949-4411
Toll-Free: 1-877-654-1137
Fax: 905-949-4019
Email: info@phdabis.org
Website: www.phdabis.org
Address:
176 Robert Speck Pkwy
Mississauga, ON
L4Z 3G1
Intersection: Robert Speck Pkwy and Burnhamthorpe Rd Est
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Al McMullan - Executive Director
905-949-4411 ext 242 * al.mcmullan@phdabis.org
Scott Farraway - Program Director
905-949-4411 ext 235 * scott.farraway@phdabis.org
Contacts: April Arundine - Clinical Services Manager
905-949-4411 ext 223 * april.arundine@phdabis.org
Candice Drury - Clinical Services Coordinator
905-949-4411 ext 250 * candice.drury@phdabis.org
Service Description: Accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA)

Community-based support and rehabilitation services to adults living with the effects of an acquired brain injury * referral to other community services

Assisted Living - Assisted living beds with 24 hour support in Oakville, Mississauga and Brampton (5 residential facilities) * all residential placements are based on assessed need and focus on maintaining independent living skills and social recreational engagement in the residence and in the community

Caregiver/Family Services - Providers caregiver counseling, ABI education, peer support groups

Case Management - Offered to all outreach service recipients not living in a PHD ABIS assisted living site * services include coordination of community services and resource linkages, assistance with financial and legal matters, academic assessment and placement, life skills support * case managers link clients to other community agencies

Clinical Services - 
Includes psychological assessment and treatment, neuro-psychiatry consultation for medication management and access to counseling

Concussion Services - Education and workshops * register online at concussionservices@phdabis.org

Day Program - Offered in three locations: Mississauga, Oakville (Kerr St Mission) and Orangeville * social, recreational events, exercise and fitness, skill building * daily drop-in hours * offers psycho-social groups including anger management, depression support, self-esteem support, social skills, peer support, and substance abuse and brain injury

Extendicare Halton Hills Integrated Partnership - Service to support clients in need of long-term residency who are at risk of losing residential placement due to cognitive or behavioral challenges * this partnership combines the environment, nursing supports, personal support workers of a long term care facility with additional on-site support staffing provided by PHDABIS

Seniors Services - Provides behavioural support and engagement to clients with ABI presenting with cognitive/behavioural challenges in long-term care settings, home and hospital environments * assist clients in ALC transitions and provide support to the attendant caregiver

Supported Independent Living - Services to individuals living independently in the community who require lower levels of support in order to sustain that independence * provides medication assistance, community-based appointment support (medical, financial), transportation training to increase access to the broader community * works in conjunction with various community housing providers, including SHIP and Able Living, to provide cross-agency client support

Services and Programs:

Fees: Free
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults and youth 16 years and older, living with the effects of an acquired brain injury * medically stable * residing in the Peel Region, Halton or Dufferin County
Languages: English
Language Note: Interpretive services available
Area(s) Served:
Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Dufferin County  
See Also: Acquired Brain Injury
Community Support Services
In-Home Personal Support
Supportive Housing

This information was last completely updated on December 13, 2017

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Updated December 13, 2017
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About Us
PHD ABIS exists so that there will be the highest quality of life possible for those persons in the regions of Peel, Halton and Dufferin County whose lives are touched by Acquired Brain Injury