Watson Centre Society for Brain Health

At Watson Centre Society for Brain Health, our mission is to improve the lives of people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, acquired brain injuries or concussions. Our team of experts work with clients to develop customized programs that help stimulate the brain’s capacity to grow and change.

According to Brain Injury Canada, 160,000 Canadians sustain brain injuries or concussions every year and more than one million Canadians live with the effects of an acquired brain injury. After a brain injury (or a severe concussion) a person’s ability to process and understand information often slows down, which then affects their ability to live independently. We are changing that.

UPCOMING EVENTS: 

February 21st – Brain Injury Stories of Recovery

Why is Watson Centre Society for Brain Health Important?

 

Did you know that many of the 160,000 Canadians people who live with an acquired brain injury are unable to get back into the workforce – forcing them to live on disability payments or in some cases without any financial support whatsoever?

The program offered at Watson Centre Society brings hope to brain injury survivors who’ve been told their symptoms would be a life sentence. The program proves that when individuals focus on rehabilitating the brain, positive change can happen.

How Can People Help?

 

We encourage you to donate to Watson Centre Society for Brain Health. We guarantee that every dollar will help someone in need get a step closer to living a more fulfilling and independent life after brain injury.

To register for one of our programs, each person will need $3,766 per month to have access to 80 hours of individualized cognitive remediation that is otherwise currently not available. We currently offer half-day programs that are 5 days per week and 4 hours per day.

At Watson Centre Society, we support people with brain injury when their initial rehabilitation period stops (at the 2-year mark). We provide assessment and support for people with brain injury in order to help them to become more independent and to live more productive lives.

Our Program

The WCSBH program helps improve the lives of people with brain injury or concussions. Learn about our unique program here.

Research Study

We’ve been studying the impact of non-invasive cognitive rehabilitation on people who’ve suffered brain injury or concussions. Learn more here.

NEWS & MEDIA

Life Interrupted: Recovering from an Acquired Brain Injury

Imagine how you would feel if everything about your life suddenly changed – from who you are and what you

Invisible Injuries: Recovering from Concussion

Molly O’Brien is no stranger to concussions. In fact, by age 23, she had already recovered from six of them.