Watson Centre for Brain Health
At Watson Centre 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 trying to change that.
Event – How You Can Decrease Symptoms After a Brain Injury
We are looking for brain injury survivors who are ready to take their recovery to the next level. If you know someone who wants to improve their health and brain function after injury or stroke, join us for a free event.
Former NHL Player a “Test Dummy” for Brain Rebuilding Therapy
Photo by Alex Tétreault and the National Observer A National Hockey League veteran, Jamie Huscroft was a scrappy defenceman, knocked
Watson Centre Registration Fair
Join us on Saturday June 24th from 9-11am at Fortius Sport & Health, Burnaby B.C. for our Registration Fair! Watson centre