Following hospitalization and in-patient care, some ABI survivors will require further rehabilitation to manage their behaviours, regain independent living skills, , resume activities that are meaningful to them and maintain healthy relationships with families, friends and the community.
As one of the largest community-based providers of acquired brain injury (ABI) services in Ontario, HIRO (#108083908 RR 0001) provides a promise of hope and a path to a more able and fulfilling life for moderate to severe ABI survivors. Through skill building, functional goal attainment and community integration, our tailored rehabilitation is aimed to help ABI survivors realize their unique potential and help facilitate transitions towards greater independence.
As a registered non-profit corporation, our base funding from the government of Ontario supports client care and rehabilitation programs in seven residential homes as well as community outreach and group services. Our agency relies on donations, fundraising initiatives and grants to support clients to reach their goals.