Birdies for Brains 2019

Birdie for Brain Injury 2019

The annual Brain Injury Society Toronto Birdies for Brain Injury is back. Bell is the Presenting Sponsor and Z103.5 is the Media Sponsor.

iCare Home Health is a Proud Sponsor and Supporter of the event.

  • When: Friday, June 21, 2019.
  • Registration: 6:30am
  • Breakfast: 7:00am
  • Shotgun Tee off: 8:00 am
  • BBQ Lunch: 1:30pm
  • Where: Lion Head Golf & Country Club, Legends Course.
  • Foursomes are Sold Out

Sponsorship opportunities still available.


What is a brain injury?

An acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury, which occurs after you are born. It is not a cognitive condition (such as Alzheimer’s) or a genetic condition, (such as Tay-Sachs disease). A stroke, a brain tumor or an infection can cause an ABI. It can also result from external factors, such as a near drowning, substance abuse or a poisoning.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be caused by events such as a car accident, a fall, a gunshot wound or a sports injury. They can be classified as mild, moderate or severe. Some TBI symptoms may get better over time, and others may not. Some survivors who’ve had ‘mild’ TBIs experience very severe, life-altering symptoms.
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iCare Home Health provides  Attendant Care, with a focus on mental and physical stimulation using creative and innovative services such as our  Expressive Art program and/ or our  Therapeutic Recreation service. Check them out!

Make a Difference:

At iCare Home Health, one of our core values is to “Make a Difference” in everything we do. We care about our clients, and we’re aware that their families need to be supported to live healthy lifestyles. One of the ways of supporting our clients is to support the organizations and hospitals in our service area. We do this through direct donation and/ or supporting fundraising events that in turn, support our hospitals. We believe that together we can make a positive difference in our communities and the lives of others. 

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