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Rest assured, TABIRS has the knowledge and expertise to effectively provide rehabilitation and support services to those living with the effects of ABI. However, our team believes continuous education is fundamental to the advancement of ABI research to drive progressive rehabilitation and support efforts equipped for the modern age. That’s why you’ll find the latest industry news and the thoughts of our neuropsychological specialists in our news section here.

CHIRS CardSharks+

Need holiday greeting cards? Buy CHIRS CardSharks+ today and support local artists

With holiday season just one month away, December’s festivities are the perfect excuse to purchase CHIRS CardSharks+ for your greeting needs. CHIRS CardSharks+ are original hand crafted works of art created by individuals whose life has been altered by brain injury. Established back in 1995, product lines have always included occasion cards but at this time of year, custom-designed holiday greeting cards are always a top seller. All money generated from the sale of CHIRS CardSharks+ helps cover the cost of materials with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the program.

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2019 Provincial ABI Conference

TABIRS attending 2019 Provincial ABI Conference from November 6-8

We are proud and excited to announce that Toronto Acquired Brain Injury Rehab Specialists (TABIRS) will be attending the 2019 Provincial ABI Conference Niagara Falls from November 6-8. Taking place in the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, the conference is presented by The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) in collaboration with participating community associations, of which we are one. The theme of this year’s conference is forging new pathways, navigating challenges, and exploring breakthroughs with all spaces already filled for this eagerly anticipated event.

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CHIRS' Ethical Framework

Health Standards Organization (HSO) accepts CHIRS’ Ethical Framework as a Leading Practice

We are delighted to reveal that our partner organization Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS) has seen their Ethical Framework accepted as a leading practice and published by Health Standards Organization (HSO). As documented in a recent letter of acceptance, it noted: “I am pleased to inform you that your Leading Practice submission “CHIRS Ethical Framework: Everyday Ethics in Acquired Brain Injury Community Support Services” has met all required criteria for acceptance as a Leading Practice.”

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