Our Course Offerings
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) 101
3-4 week program
VBIS’ flagship program provides an informative introduction to brain anatomy & brain injury. In this knowledge-building course, students will engage in discussions concerning brain function & brain injury, with a focus on the causes and effects of injury, and recovery.
ABI 101 is offered to clients in a 4-week format, and as a shortened 3-week course for family, friends, caretakers, and community members.
ABI 101 is a required pre-requisite for the Coping Strategies program.
24 week program
An informative in-depth course for concussion and brain injury survivors. We look at strategies for managing daily life and dealing with the effects of brain injury. The program includes several engaging guest speakers.
This is a hybrid course offered both in-person and online. There are currently three group sessions, occurring on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and Wednesday afternoons.
Participants must complete ABI 101 before enrolling in Coping Strategies.
Carrying On With Coping
After completing the ABI 101 and Coping Strategies courses, clients may choose to continue their healing journey by attending this bi-weekly course, currently offered every second Tuesday from 12:30 pm until 2:30 pm.
This program aims to help brain injury survivors further develop their coping skills by discussing both the challenging and rewarding parts of their recovery process with other survivors and our instructors.
Meet the team
Our concussion and brain injury courses are facilitated by a tremendous team of brain injury experts. Equipped with decades of experience, neurological research, and endless passion, our instructors are ready to ensure your learning experience is top-tier.
Victoria Brain Injury Society
Units C, D & E 830 Pembroke Street
Victoria, B.C. V8T 1H9