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Welcome to ABI Partnership Project

The Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project is an innovative partnership between Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and is recognized around the world. The Partnership develops and implements services and supports for persons with acquired brain injuries and their families.

Our goal is to provide individual and family support to people with acquired brain injury so that they may live successfully in their communities with improved quality of life. There are currently 36 programs, including three provincial outreach teams that provide ongoing service and support to Saskatchewan residents.

 

Special Notice:

We are currently conducting a survey on our new Introduction to ABI Online Series. Please check out this new section on our website.

We'd love to hear your feedback, so please take a few moments to fill out our short survey on our new Introduction to ABI Online Series!    
Click here for our survey  

 

What's New

Recognizing and Treating Cognitive Communicative Behaviors That Affect Learning and Community Integration in Children and Young Adults presented by Roberta DePompei, Ph.D. more...

Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport – Berlin, October 2016 more...

ATV Safety Week June 3 - 12, 2017 more...

SaskSmart more...

The federal government is encouraging Canadians to have their say in finding ways to reduce poverty. more...

The SBIA's Survivor and Family Camp takes place at Arlington Beach, June 9 - 11, 2017. more...

**There are many support groups, programming opportunities, and events occuring throughout the province. more...

Saskatchewan Ministry of HealthSGI