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Organization: Dale Brain Injury Services  
Phone Numbers: 519-668-0023
Toll-Free: 1-888-491-3247
Fax: 519-668-6783
Email: info@daleservices.on.ca
Website: www.daleservices.on.ca
Address:
815 Shelborne St
London, ON
N5Z 4Z4
Intersection: Pond Mills Rd and Burlington Gate
Location: London (Southeast)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours:
  Administration
Mon9am-4pm
Tue9am-4pm
Wed9am-4pm
Thu9am-4pm
Fri9am-4pm

Executives: Sue Hillis - Executive Director
519-668-0023 ext 101 * shillis@daleservices.on.ca
Contacts: Nancy Docherty - Clinical Administrative Assistant
519-668-0023 ext 319 * admissions@daleservices.on.ca
Service Description: Provides client-centered services to people affected by an acquired brain injury (ABI)* services are accessible, evidence-based and responsive to the changing needs of clients, community, and partners to support individuals to maximize their strengths and live healthy, meaningful lives

Focus of rehabilitation is to develop and improve functional skills to increase independence and improve quality of life reflecting best practices* all services are client centered, strengths based, least intrusive, evaluated, and provided in a respectful, ethical manner and wellness, interpersonal skills, and meaningful activity (WIM) goal driven
 
Assisted Living Services - 24/7 assisted living services in a structured, safe environment within the London community for adults living with an acquired brain injury (ABI)
 
Consultation and Training - Consultation and training for caregivers, families, service providers and clients by Behaviour Therapists, Clinical Psychologist, and Rehabilitation Counsellors
 
Cornerstone Clubhouse - Adult day program for adults living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) which offers a place for Members to belong, the opportunity for meaningful work and the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships
 
Gateway to Connections - Adult Day Program for adults living with the effects of an acquired brain injury(ABI)
 
Outreach Services - Provides services that are individually tailored and flexible for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury (ABI) within their own communities

Wellness refers to achieving a state of physical, emotional and spiritual health by engaging in activities and performing tasks that are consistent with the individual’s personal goals and values and with the recommendations of support givers

Interpersonal Skills refer to demonstrating the social skills required to interact effectively with others in the individual’s residence, immediate environment and larger community * these skills include communication and conversational skills, exhibiting care and concern (empathy) toward others, seeking and maintaining friendships and deeper relationships and resolving conflicts

Meaningful Activities refer to identifying and participating in activities that are personally meaningful to the individual and that are consistent with their goals and values * these activities can include leisure/recreation, education, vocational and volunteering

Fees: Varies per program
Application: Contact Nancy Docherty
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant at least 18 years of age and have an acquired brain injury, including traumatic brain injury, infection, anoxia, aneurysm, tumor and stroke * must have valid Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) card * must have free will commitment to rehabilitation and/or participation in Dale Brain Injury Services programs * serious medical issues must be stabilized
Age: 18 years and older
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: Interpretation available upon request
Area(s) Served:
Grey, London, Norfolk, Perth, Bruce County, Elgin County, Huron County, Middlesex County, and Oxford County  
See Also: Acquired Brain Injury
Community Support Services
Employment Assistance for People with Disabilities
Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on December 6, 2017

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About Us
At Dale Brain Injury Services we provide a continuum of high quality, person-centred supports to persons affected by an acquired brain injury. We treat every person with respect and dignity.