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Networks Activity Centre

Networks provides a safe, supportive environment for adults with brain injury. They promote an active lifestyle through opportunities for social interaction, physical activity, and community involvement.

Networks' goal is to enhance the quality of life for those with brain injury through recreation, social, and community involvement.

Alberta Brain Injury  The Alberta Brain Injury Initiative (ABII) supports adults with acquired brain injury to live, work, and participate in their communities. ABII is a network of agencies across the province that assist survivors and their families in accessing supports from various programs and community resources.

Supports for Community Living (SCLS) - Entry into this program for the Edmonton region is through a Brain Care Centre Service Coordinator

SCLS provides one-on-one support in the client’s home or community to meet clients’ goals, build independence, and increase community participation.

SCLS staff may assist the survivor in the following areas:
-problem solving/self-advocacy
-health practices
-build personal support network
-community participation
-daily living skills

Steadward Centre

The Steadward Centre for Personal and Physical Achievement is a disability research centre at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that provides physical activity and sport programs for people with disabilities.


CapitalCare is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alberta Health Services.

CapitalCare provides many of the home/community based health services that brain injury survivors receive after being discharged from hospital care (i.e., home care)