Founded by Howard Eaton and Mark Watson, the Watson Centre Society for Brain Health is committed to improving the quality of life of people who suffered a brain injury. To helping them reclaim the life that they once had, to getting their life back on track and to seeing them contribute to their community again. At Watson Centre Society for Brain Health, we believe that life should not be over after a brain injury and that is why we have developed a specialized program that can help overcome these challenges.
Our programs use specifically targeted cognitive rehabilitation to help the brain change and ultimately increase a client’s ability to live independently.
Our team of experienced and committed educators designs customized treatment plans aimed at improving each individual’s specific cognitive deficits caused by injury.
Both Howard and Mark have extensive backgrounds in athletics, sports, education and cognitive rehabilitation, and believe in the power of targeted rehabilitation. Together, they formed the Watson Centre for Brain Health Society (WCSBH) in an effort to improve the overall quality of life for people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, acquired brain injuries, concussions or have significant reductions in their cognitive abilities.
An advisory board of directors governs the Watson Centre for Brain Health Society to ensure it continues to offer the best service and outcomes for its clients.
VISION: Improving quality of life.
MISSION: To provide programs, delivered by specialists, for the purpose of helping people with brain injury to improve and reclaim their lives to the fullest.
CORE VALUES/BEHAVIOURS: Safety, empathy, determination, collaboration, growth.