Admissions - Watson Centre Society for Brain Health


The Watson Centre Society for Brain Health helps people who have suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injuries (ABI) or concussions. We are now accepting brain injury survivors for the 2019 program at our Fortius Sport & Health location.

Clients generally join the WCSBH program at least 6 months post injury, but we have had success with clients post 35 years. The brain continues to be neuroplastic, so it is never too late! Interested clients are strongly encouraged to contact us for further program information, and to set up a meeting so we may discuss and address your specific needs. You will also be offered the opportunity to join us for a half-day trial. We are still accepting new clients on an ongoing basis, if you are interested in talking to our team, you can reach them at or 604-725-6634.

The Watson Centre Society understands that financial barriers may impact your ability to access rehabilitation programs. We are doing our best to reduce these barriers and invite you to contact us to explore program costs and payment options. Please note that WCSBH now accepts Medicard as a financing option for our clients. For more information, click here. You may also be eligible for funding through other public or private insurers. Our fees are less than the per hour cost of occupational therapy, physical therapy or personal training. For more information on the cost of an individual holistic plan, contact our office. For more information about program costs, please contact us.


The Watson Centre recognizes that not everyone is in a position financially to be able to afford the program and try to provide assistance to those who otherwise would not be able to join the program.

Core Values

Safety, empathy, determination, collaboration and growth.


Improving the quality of life for people who have suffered brain injuries, acquired brain injuries, or concussions.


To provide programs, delivered by specialists, for the purpose of helping people with brain injury to improve and reclaim their lives to the fullest.