3,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with brain cancer this year, and only 24% or 720 people will survive five years. The disease comes with unique challenges including cognitive deficits from both the
Study aims to assess neurophysiological changes in individuals with symptoms of chronic traumatic brain injury (TBI) Surrey, B.C. – In partnership with the Watson Centre Society for Brain Health (WCSBH), the HealthTech
Imagine how you would feel if everything about your life suddenly changed – from who you are and what you do for a living to how you raise your kids and
By Barbara Yaffe Good-news stories are not often associated with Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI. So, a University of British Columbia study that points to a potentially positive prognosis for brain trauma
Changes in Brain-Behavior Relationships Following a 3-month Pilot Cognitive Intervention Program for Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
An exciting new study about the long-term recovery for those with brain injury has come out! Read the abstract and the full report below. Facilitating functional recovery following brain injury is a
Three years after a tragic motorcycle accident, Clayton is working to return back to life through the Watson Brain Centre Society.
Photo by Alex Tétreault and the National Observer A National Hockey League veteran, Jamie Huscroft was a scrappy defenceman, knocked out at least a dozen times in a 14-year professional career.
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.