Welcome to the Brain Injury Association of Waterloo Wellington
NEW LOCATION: 31 McBrine Drive. Unit #1
KITCHENER, ONTARIO N2R 1J1
Christmas Glass - We had such success with our Open House on Thursday, that we will also be open Monday December 21, from 10:30-11:30am for more sales!
We would like to thank our gracious sponsors:
BIAWW Platinum Sponsor
BIAWW Supporting Sponsors
The Brain Injury Association of Waterloo Wellington (“BIAWW”) would like to inform you of new and exciting times at the organization!! We will be entering 2016 with a new identity, new organizational structure, some great new Board Members, and volunteer support.
We would like to inform you that Patti Lehman has moved on from her position as Executive Director of the BIAWW, effective November 1, 2015. Patti served as the Executive Director for 15 years. We wish to thank her for all her work and efforts over those years.
BIAWW will be entering an exciting phase of our Association’s development and growth. Over the coming weeks, we will be commencing a search for a new Executive Director and re-examining the Association’s core values within the community. Our first consideration is how we can best continue to serve the interests of our members, sponsors and the Acquired Brain Injury community.
During this transition, some of our programs will be put on hold until further notice. We appreciate your patience and will be sure to follow up with your inquiries as soon as time permits.
At this time we are seeking new Board Members, Community Partners, Volunteers, and a new Executive Director. If you know of anyone that may be
a good fit, please feel free to have them email us a resume.
We are excited to continue to work with our members and community partners. We will endeavour to ensure the BIAWW continues to support the ABI
community, through advocacy, awareness, support, and prevention, for years to come.
Please let us know if you are interested in joining the team!!! Visit our website or contact us at email@example.com.
To give support, hope and answers to survivors of A.B.I.
To be recognized as pioneers in meeting the needs of survivors and their caregivers and setting the standard for innovative program delivery, education and prevention of A.B.I.
. Dignity . Acceptance . Respect . Empowerment