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Organization: Toronto ABI Network  
Phone Numbers: 416-597-3057
Fax: 416-597-7021
Email: info@abinetwork.ca
Website: www.abinetwork.ca
Address:
700 Bay St, Suite 601
Toronto, ON
M5G 1Z6
Intersection: Bay St and Gerrard St W
Location: Toronto (Bay Street Corridor)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Executives: Charissa Levy - Executive Director
Public Contacts: Julie Osbelt - Referral Coordinator
Service Description: Oversees and reports on referral activity for all inpatient ABI rehabilitation programs in Toronto * provides information and a single point of entry to community-based services - outpatient ABI rehabilitation, mental health services and community services * assists individuals with complex needs to access the service * provides information and support to individuals with ABI and their families to access health care and social service system * provides education for health care professionals, physicians and community service providers to increase their ability to recognize, assess and support people with ABI

Fees: Free
Application: Select and complete the appropriate form and fax directly to 416-597-7021 * To apply for inpatient rehab, complete the Inpatient Form * For outpatient rehab or community services, use the ABI Community Profile Referral Form
Eligibility / Target Population: In order to be a member, organizations must be publicly-funded provider of brain injury services and/or support in the Greater Toronto Area
Languages: English
Area Served:
Toronto  
See Also: Acquired Brain Injury
Rehabilitative Care - Hospital-Based Outpatient Therapy

This information was last completely updated on October 11, 2018

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Updated October 11, 2018
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"About Us"
We provide leadership in furthering equitable, accessible, responsive, cost-effective and quality publicly-funded services and support for persons living with the effects of an acquired brain injury in the Greater Toronto Area.