Brain Injury Canada provides education, awareness, and advocacy.
An American website dedicated to providing information on concussions, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for accident victims, children, and members of the military.
Brain Trust Canada provides life skills support, clinical counselling, group programs, education and prevention, as well as advocacy for those with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and their families.
This is the Human Resources and Social Development Canada site providing information for permanent disability benefits available for Canadians.
Canada’s largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world’s leading research centres. Where Mental Health is Health.
Sickness benefits, benefits for the self-employed, or if you if you are providing care or support to a critically ill or injured person or someone needing end-of-life care.
Arm’s length agency of the Ministry of Finance. FSCO integrates the operations of the former Ontario Insurance Commission, Pension Commission of Ontario, and Deposit Institutions Division of the Ministry of Finance. Importantly, FSCO regulates the insurance industry.
A national trade association which represents the companies that insure homes, cars, and businesses of Canadians.
Provides consumers and industry professionals with information on insurance in Canada.
An organization that governs the legal profession in Ontario in the public interest.
The Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is an independent, quasi-judicial agency and is one of fourteen tribunals in Tribunals Ontario. LAT currently has two main divisions: the General Service (GS) and the Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS). LAT-AABS’ mandate is to resolve disputes about an insured person’s entitlement to, or amount of, a statutory motor vehicle accident benefit.
The Ontario Brain Injury Association provides education, awareness, and support.
A guide to the courts of Ontario.
A provincial government program to assist the needs of people with disabilities and who are in financial need, or who want to and are able to work but are needing support.
About the Ontario Disability Support Program, employment assistance, health benefits and more.
Calling 408 on your phone provides essential, life-sustaining emotional support to those in need in the GTA area, 24/7 – 365 days a year.