Join us Friday, August 20 for the Outdoor Fluorescent Art Exhibit by James Darin Corbiere from 6-9pm on site at CBIS, 6011 Cassino Rd. Darin is an artist, working with pieces of white ash, letting the wood grain inspire his eyes. He uses alcohol ink, markers and pens. The wood grains either store information or they absorb energy from the surroundings. His artwork began in 2015 when he decided to heal from church related trauma. He has created over 200 individual pieces. One of the artwork featured is Dragonfly, shown on the right.
What: Frank's 2nd Annual Car Rally
When: Sunday, August 22 from 1-4 pm
Where: on site at CBIS 6011 Cassino Rd. in Duncan.
Who: CBIS members and other community members are welcome!
How: RSVP with Tara by phone 250-597-4662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $25 for members, $50 for non-members
Teams for the car rally will consist of 3 people: a driver, navigator, and an observer
Come out and have some fun at the Car Rally and then stay afterwards for a BBQ!
We have baby japanese maple trees for sale!!
These trees were kindly donated to us and will be sold as a fundraising effort to fund CBIS programs.
We have coasters available now, handmade by one of our peers! They come in sets of 4 for $20, the funds will be used for implementing and delivering our CBIS programs. Look how beautiful they are! Also shown is what they look like before they are sanded and stained.
Can be a great gift or for personal use.
Email email@example.com to place your order.
In Canada, June is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
Each year national, provincial, and local associations run campaigns to increase awareness about the prevalence of brain injury; the obstacles that exist for those with brain injury; and the need for more services and support at all stages of recovery.
2021: Shining a Light on Brain Injury
The 2021 joint Brain Injury Awareness Month campaign is focused on raising awareness of brain injury in Canada - in other words, shining a light on this often invisible disability. Brain injury associations across Canada came together to share in this universal message about a condition that affects every individual in a unique, complex way.
Join the campaign by following along on social media. Use the hashtags:
#BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth, #BrainInjuryAcrossCanada, and #SpotlightonBrainInjury
You can also use these images for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Brain Injury Canada
Visit Brain Injury Canada for more information about brain injury!
Welcome to our new website! We are still under construction so please bear with us as we introduce new pages and features in the coming months!
Some of the exciting new features coming soon:
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