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Newsletter of the York Region Head Injury Support Group Published with the support of the ABI division of OMOD and York Simcoe Brain Injury Services.

The Headway The York Region Head Injury Support Group is committed to providing information, support and advocacy to those living with the effects of Acquired Brain Injury. We will strive to promote awareness and prevention of brain injury issues to the public and be an active participant within the brain injury community.

Volume 11, Issue 3 August — October 2010

Comments — Dave Blakemore

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elcome to the latest edition of The Headway. The Newsletter of the YRHISG. I hope that you are all enjoying our warmer than normal summer weather. Along with the onset of summer always comes a rash of accidents related to summer activities so here is a reminder to all our readers to advocate for safe summer activities. Wherever and whenever you get the opportunity help us to promote helmet use for all dangerous activities. Statistics show than many summer accidents are related to alcohol and drug use, and this has special significance for ABI survivors, be sure to take a look on page 4 to check out the resources available for people suffering addictions and view some of the reasons that ABI survivors should avoid the abuse of alcohol and other substances.

Inside this issue: About Us.

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YRBIS Resource Corner ABI and substance abuse 4 Helmets on Kids Upcoming Events

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OBIA News Baycrest BI Study

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Recipe’s

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Volunteer Recognition.

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Bumper Stickers

9 I would like to bring to everyone’s attention our upcoming AnYRHISG Annual BBQ nual General Meeting on October 23rd 2010. Approx. 1/3 of Car Insurance Changes 10 our Board members terms will be ending, and while I am hoping that they will all stand for reelection there is always room for 11 OMOD Groups new directors, new ideas and new directions. If you would like to learn more about the operation of our group, if you think you 12 Word Search could be an asset to The Board, if you would just like to participate but don’t know the best way of doing it then please do not hesitate to contact one of our current board members and be sure to mark down the AGM on your Website Tip: How can I provide feedback calendar. All our regular members will be getting You can provide feedback many ways, one reminders as we get closer to the date. method would be to visit our website at Other happenings of note include changes at OBIA. www.yorkabi.ca Click on the “feedback” With the retirement of John Kumpf and the hiring menu item on the left side. Then just fill out the of a new Community Coordinator Check out page 6 form to provide us with your feedback. for details.

Finally don’t forget our Annual BBQ on Aug 12th.


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The Saturday Support Group

About the YRHISG

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he York Region Head Injury Support Group was originally founded in 1991, the brain child of a Richmond Hill ABI Family member who was tired of traveling down to Toronto to find any kind of support. The group went on to become affiliated with the Ontario Brain Injury Association. The first copy of the Headway was published in June of 1993. The group is currently being run out of the Loyal True Blue and Orange home in Richmond Hill. The Loyal True Blue and Orange Home

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he Saturday Head Injury Support Group is still going strong! We continue to meet downstairs in B7 at the True Blue and Orange Home on the second Saturday of each month between 10:00 a.m. and noon. The core group consists of approximately 8 to 10 people. The group provides an opportunity for survivors to get together with people who truly understand what it is like to live with an acquired brain injury. We can all share the ups and downs without having to EXPLAIN in detail exactly what we mean or how we feel. Everybody just understands, because we are all in the same situation. It is a great relief for many to come to a meeting and suddenly realize that what they are experiencing is perfectly normal. We also welcome family members, since we feel that survivors and family members can benefit equally from the meetings. We talk and we laugh a lot and cry a little and it is our hope that everyone who comes to a meeting feels a little bit better when they leave. Yes, we do serve coffee and the occasional cookie…

YRHISG Board of Directors

Head Injury Support Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the office. If you are new to the support group be sure to check before coming out to make sure there has been no changes

Dave Blakemore

President

Beverley Bristow

Vice President

Barbara Sheppard

Treasurer

Kelly Wohlert

Secretary

Brian Lynch

Director

YRHISG Board of Directors

Linda Hodgins

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Helen Kogan

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Linda Millband

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Ray Floyd

Director

Contacts: Aviva (416) 551-3246 Helen (905) 727-0587.

he Board of Directors meets on the first Tuesday of every month at the LTBO home. Always focusing on the YRHISG’s mission statement they coordinate the operation of the group. Board members are elected at the YRHISG AGM or appointed by The Board as required


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The Thursday Group

The Caregiver Group — Glenys Blakemore

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he Thursday Social Group continues to meet in the cafeteria at the Loyal True Blue and Orange Home every Thursday between 1:0pm and 3:00pm. Most of the group’s activities revolve around playing games, drinking coffee and eating snacks but most importantly socializing with friends and peers.

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e are a group of family members, who have had an ABI loved one sustain a brain injury, at all different times of their lives from teenagers to seniors. We are caregivers helping caregivers, in a social environment. (Please note: This is not a therapy group) For therapy issues we suggest people contact York Simcoe Brain Injury Services.

From time to time we do step outside our normal environment to hold an occasional movie and pizza night, and of course to host the Annual BBQ down in the pavilion.

Caregiver meetings are on the first Thursday of each month between 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Call ahead as our meeting location is changing and we often undergo temporary changes. We always welcome new caregivers.

We do ask that participants that can, contribute a Looney a Week, this helps us to offset the cost of running the group. Providing games treats along with coffeemakers and other supplies.

Contacts: Esther Hindel 905-773-0061 (Richmond Hill) Ginny Carson 905-884-8351 (Richmond Hill)

Contacts: Glenys and Chica

(905) 264-1199

About the Headway Notice: If you are not a regular attendee at our support groups then please contact the group before attending an event as sometimes changes are made to meeting times and places at short notice.

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he HeadWay is the Newsletter of the York Region Head Injury Support Group.

It is published on a “best effort” basis on a quarterly schedule, February, May, August and November. with the support of the ABI Services Division of the Ontario March of Dimes and York Simcoe Brain Injury Services. Deadlines for submissions to The Headway is the 15th day of Jan, April, July and October.

The Children’s Support Group

Editor: Dave Blakemore

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Send letters and contributions to : York Region Head Injury Support Group The Headway Loyal True Blue & Orange Home 11181 Yonge Street Richmond Hill Ontario L4S 1L2

he Children’s Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month. September through June. Innovative and energetic workshops and activities for children with ABI, their siblings and parents. Contacts: Linda (905)773-3480 Marion (905)731-7681.

By e-mail: daveblakemore@rogers.com By phone Dave (905) 264-1199 or


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Effects of alcohol and recreational drugs

YSBIS Resource Corner Addiction Services

From the SUBI General Information Brochure.

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ecovery is possible for those struggling with an addiction.

Do you or someone you know need help dealing with an addiction to drugs, alcohol or gambling? York Region has a variety of services and resources available to those dealing with an addiction. The resources listed below can provide information about addictions and where to find support groups and treatment centers. In addition, they also provide support to caregivers, family and friends.

Addiction Services Substance Use/ Brain Injury Bridging Project www.subi.ca subi@chirs.com Addiction Services York Region (905) 841-7007 1-800-263-2288 www.asyr.ca Community Crisis Response (905) 310-COPE (2673) Alcoholics Anonymous 416-487-5591 www.aatoronto.org Gamblers Anonymous (416) 366-761 Drug & Alcohol Registry of Treatment www.dart.on.ca Centre for Addictions & Mental Health 1-800- 463-6273 www.camh.net York-Simcoe Brain Injury Services is providing information regarding community resources to the Headway. If you are interested in a specific topic, please notify the Headway Committee and we will do our best to provide this information.

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brain injury kills and/or disconnects brain cells. Because of that, the injured brain reacts differently to alcohol and drugs and this interferes with healing. To recover well, the brain needs all of its resources. Here are some good reasons to avoid drugs and alcohol after a concussion or brain injury. • • • • • • • •

People who use alcohol and other drugs do not recover as completely or as quickly. Problems with balance, walking and talking are made worse by alcohol and drugs. Difficulty with problem solving, memory and other thinking skills are made worse by alcohol and drugs. Alcohol and drugs have a quicker and more powerful effect on a person after a brain injury. Alcohol increases depression. Alcohol and drugs often interfere with medications prescribed after a brain injury. Alcohol and drugs can increase the risk of having a seizure after a brain injury. Alcohol and drugs can increase the risk of having another brain injury


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Upcoming Events

Helmets on Kids — Dave Blakemore

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he Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), is an organization committed to justice and advocacy on behalf of injured persons. One of their initiatives is their Helmets on Kids Program The mandate of which is to put a helmet on the head of every child who needs one, and provide education and awareness about bicycle helmet use. YRHISG strongly supports the Helmets on Kids program as they have moved the program into York Region. OTLA’s Helmets on Kids Community Partnership was started by OTLA in 2002. Since its first event, held in London, Ontario, this initiative has distributed more than 10,000 helmets to elementary school students. In recent years OTLA members have expanded the Helmets on Kids campaign to other cities and regions across the province. This year, OTLA’s Helmet on Kids events will take place during May and June in Ottawa, Toronto, London, Aurora, Burlington, Chatham, Peel Region, Quinte Region and Windsor and now York Region. A representative of the OTLA reported that they attended the York Region Community Safety Village to demonstrate helmet safety. Engineers from MEA Forensic Engineering, namely Craig Wilkinson and Elizabeth Hasann, did a marvelous job demonstrating the effectiveness of wearing a helmet by dropping an unprotected honeydew melon from shoulder height (bruising) and from 10 feet (exploding). When the honeydew was strapped into a helmet and dropped from 10 feet, the honeydew was saved, but though a small fracture was noted in the helmet. When a subsequent melon was dropped inside the fractured helmet the melon sustained damage, re-enforcing the importance of replacing a helmet after impact. So far in York Region we have been able to give away 460 helmets, by distributing 3 to each elementary school across York Region.

June—Aug Families After Brain Injuries Contact Diana Brouwer at CHIRS 416-240-8000 ext. 256 or E-mail: dianab@chirs.com August 12th The Annual YRHISG / OMOD BBQ at the LTBO Home Call Glenys Blakemore at 905-264-1199 for more information. October 23rd 2010 YRHISG AGM The Loyal True Blue and Orange Home 12:00 noon—3:00pm Call any Board Member for more information Stress Management Workshop YSBIS — Cheryl Moore call Linda Ibbitt 1-800-362-7793 for more information.

Stress Management Workshop — Cheryl Moore MSW, YSBS-Consultant

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ork Simcoe Brain Injury Services has been offering it’s stress management program for caregivers since the spring of 2000. To date, they have offered thirteen groups, and over 75 caregivers have participated in the eight week workshop. This year they are pleased to be offering the program in both their Oak Ridges and Barrie locations! Program participants meet one evening a week for two and a half hours, with a one month follow up at the end of the program. The group is educationally focused, with a different topic of caregiver stress each week. A variety of methods are used to share information including discussion, small group exercises, lectures, tapes and videos. Participants are also provided with reading material to take home each week, and usually asked to do a small piece of homework. Participants are required to meet the leader individually prior to the start of the program, and must commit to attending the full program. Programs are set to begin again in September, and intake interviews will be taking place over the summer. Does this workshop sound like something you could benefit from? If so, contact Linda Ibbitt at 1800-362-7793 for more information.


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Baycrest BI Study

News out of OBIA

— Roshan Guna

— Dave Blakemore

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ohn Kumpf will be retiring from his position as Executive Director of OBIA on Sep 6, 2010. Johns contributions over the past twelve years have been many among which have been his vision to develop and establish a strong Community Support Network comprised of local community associations such as ours. We wish John all the best for a well-deserved happy and healthy retirement. Ruth Wilcock will be taking over from John as the next Executive Director of OBIA Ruth brings a wealth of experience to her new role. Ruth has worked in the community services field for 24 years and has been with OBIA for the past six years, four as the Assistant Executive Director. Michele Meehan, Community Association Liaison with OBIA, resigned on June 4th after 7 years. Her place will be taken by Tammy Falovo Tammy We wish Tammy all the best in her new appointment.

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re you interested in being part of a study of cognitive rehabilitation after brain injury?

Baycrest Centre in Toronto is conducting a study comparing the effects of rehabilitation treatments for common cognitive problems that occur after brain injury. This study involves two MRI scans and 6 rehabilitation sessions per participant. Compensation will be provided for time and expenses. For more information please call 416-7852500 ext. 3104 or email to:volunteers@rotman-baycrest.on.ca The selection criteria includes: 1) Have had head injury 2) Not have been diagnosed with another neurological or major psychiatric condition 3) between 18 - 65 years of age with fluently in English 4) Able to participate in training and post-training sessions (5 weeks in total) 5) Have cognitive difficulties in one of the areas targeted by the training programs (attention, memory, organizational abilities)


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Glenys’ Pasta Salad

Grilled Dark Chocolate Sandwich — Glenys Blakemore

— Dave Blakemore

Ingredients: • 500g Penne Pasta • 24 each Cherry Tomatoes • 2 cups raw Broccoli • 3/4 cup diced red onion • 1 1/2 cup feta cheese (cubed ) • 3 tbsp. Greek Seasoning (club house) • 1/3 cup Sundried Tomato Salad Dressing. (shake well before using) • 3/4 cup Greek Salad Dressing. (shake well before using) Instructions: • Cook the pasta per packet instructions and then cool by running under cold water. Drain well. • Cut the Cherry Tomatoes in half • Cut the broccoli into small flowerets. • Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl. This dish is better if prepared a day ahead of time to allow all of the flavors to soak in. If necessary add a little extra salad dressing just before serving. Makes about 12 cups.

Ingredients: • 0.25 cup fat-free evaporated milk • 3 ounces bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped • 1.5 tbsp butter, softened • 8 slices thin whole-wheat or white sandwich bread • 3 tbsp bittersweet or semisweet chocolate chips • 2 tbsp chopped toasted hazelnuts, (optional)

Editors Note:

Editors Note:

This salad was so popular at the last Dinner and a Movie that everyone was asking for the recipe.

This recipe was sent to me for my birthday, It has not been tried it yet but it looks GOOOOD.

Directions 1. Heat evaporated milk just until boiling. Add chocolate, let stand for 1 minute, then whisk until smooth. Let cool slightly. 2. Spread butter on one side of each slice of bread. Divide the chocolate mixture on the unbuttered side of 4 slices, leaving a little border. Press chocolate chips and nuts, if using, into the chocolate. Cover with the remaining slices of bread, buttered-side up, and press lightly. 3. Cook the sandwiches in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat for 1 to 2 minutes. Turn over, press with a spatula, and cook until nicely browned and the chocolate is barely melted, 30 seconds to 1 minute. Serve warm.

You can find a copy of our recipe’s on our website at http://www.yorkabi.ca. If you have a recipe you would like to share send it into the editor.


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A Recognition of our Volunteers — Dave Blakemore

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ryon Wilfert, M.P., Richmond Hill helped the YRHISG celebrate it’s volunteers by providing Government of Canada, Certificates of Appreciation. Volunteering is the most fundamental act of citizenship and philanthropy in our society. It is offering time, energy and skills of one's own free will. It is an extension of being a good neighbour, transforming a collection of houses into a community, as people become involved in the improvement of their surroundings and choose Bryon Wilfert. to help others. By carM.P., Richmond Hill ing and contributing to change, volunteers decrease suffering and disparity, while they gain skills, self-esteem and change their lives. People work to improve the lives of their neighbours and, in return, enhance their own. Every day, thousands of people voluntarily give their time and talent to thousands of organizations across Canada. They give their time freely and with no expectation of monetary reward. Their hours of service ensure that many activities are accomplished and many people are helped. They build houses for the homeless, care for the elderly, and provide counselling and support services. They are youth group leaders, program coordinators, coaches and fundraisers. They represent every walk of life - professional, homemaker, student, retiree - as well as every age and cultural group The York Region Head Injury Support Group decided to recognize some of our most active volunteers during June, which is also Brain Injury Awareness Month. The following

YRHISG Volunteers were recognized for their work and were presented with Certificates of Recognition from Mr Wilfert. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Beverley Bristow Virginia Carson Jan Fisher Ray Floyd Aviva Goodis Esther Hindel Linda Hodgins Ivana Kelly Helen Kogan Brian Lynch Linda Millband Barbara Sheppard Lia Westerlund Kelly Wohlert Dave Blakemore Glenys Blakemore

Alongside the above group of people we would like to thank all our volunteers, sponsors and supporters for the continued help and support. Without you we could not continue to offer our services.


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Welcome to our Brain Injury Awareness Bumper Stickers. — Dave Blakemore

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uring the month of June a bunch we circulated a whole bunch of bumper stickers. These were produced to help us to promote June as Brain Injury Awareness Month and also to start publicizing our new name as the Brain Injury Association of York Region. While we have not fully changed over to our new name yet we will be doing shortly. Stay tuned for more information and keep your eye’s open for the Brain Injury Awareness Bumper stickers and for a new version that will be introduced shortly. If you would like one for your own use let us know and we will get some to you. You can either call the office and leave a message, email us or talk to any one of the Board Members.

The York Region Head Injury Support Group along with the Ontario March of Dimes are pleased to announce their annual BBQ Thursday August the 12th. 2010 Each year we invite our members out to the Loyal True Blue and Orange home at 11181 Yonge Street to enjoy a BBQ which is held under the pavilion at the back of the building.

For more information contact Glenys at 905-264-1199 or Pam at ( 905)773-7758 ext 6236

Thursday Aug 12th 12 Noon To 3:00 pm


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Car Insurance Changes in Ontario

of care) has been eliminated for noncatastrophic injuries and replaced with optional benefits

— Kelly Wohlert

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s of September 1, 2010, a new Statutory Accident Benefit Schedule will be introduced in Ontario. This has been designed to allow you to purchase optional benefits to restore the reduced accident benefits or to enhance the benefits further. I attended a few conferences prepared by and hosted by Thomson Rogers, Barristers and Solicitors. Here are just a few of the areas where significant changes to accident benefits will occur. Please contact your own insurance carrier to discuss this more thoroughly and how these changes will impact you and your family.

Assessment and Treatment Issues: •

Assessment Costs paid out of medical and Rehabilitation Limits

Assessment and examination costs are limited to $2000.

No Future Care plans: •

Prohibition on insurers paying for paying for future care plans, life care or similar plans

Discretion given to Adjustors to deny benefits for without requiring an examination

Reduction in Benefits: •

Medical/Rehabilitation Benefits are reduced from to $100,000 to $50,000 for non-catastrophic injuries. Assessment and examination costs now come out of these benefits as well. Attendant Care Benefits are reduced from $72,000 to $36,000 for non-catastrophic injuries

Housekeeping Benefits ($100 per week) are eliminated for non-catastrophic injuries and is replaced with optional benefits

Caregiver benefits ($250 per week plus $50 per week for each additional person in need

Cat Process Changes: •

Definition of Catastrophic Impairment: Now includes single limb amputees – includes an “impairment causing the total and permanent loss of use of an arm and leg.”

Minor Injury: •

Minor injuries defined as sprain, strain, whiplash associated disorders, contusion, abrasion, laceration or subluxation and any clinically associated sequalae. This replaces the PAF process.

Kelly Wohlert is the Director of Rehabilitation Services with Bartimaeus Inc in Richmond Hill and a Director of the York Region Head Injury Support Group. Here is a summary taken from the Bartimaeus Service Overview Bartimaeus Rehabilitation Services provide transitional support to clients who are recovering from brain injuries or other serious traumas. Frequently, clients reintegrating into the community exhibit social, emotional, behavioural symptoms that are difficult for the individual, their families and the community resources to address. To assist individuals to reach their therapeutic goals, the Rehabilitation Services are customized for each client in coordination with the rehabilitation team. The service is flexible, client-directed and reflects the individual’s goals and needs. Bartimaeus Rehabilitation Services offer individualized therapeutic intervention, family support and education, and highly skilled support to day treatment, residential, educational and vocational programs. We offer clients and practitioners a variety of service choices and benefits. To enable the client to achieve the very best recovery possible, we prepare and support the client in dealing with the challenges of his or her own environment. This includes identifying and understanding how the client’s behaviour — and their family’s reaction to the behaviour — has been affected by the trauma, and helps them to effectively deal with the emotions that can impede rehabilitation.


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OMOD News York Region- Pam Giorgio

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ello Everyone,

Pam Giorgio for the OMOD Outreach program in York Region. If you have any questions regarding the Outreach program please feel free to contact me at ( 905)7737758 ext.6236 or email-at pgiorgio@marchofdimes.ca

Youth Group (16(16-25 years old) The youth group meets Tuesday nights from 7:00 pm. to 9:00 pm. for different activities, such as bowling, playing pool, dinner, movies, arcade and other fun activities. This group also participates in life skills workshops.

If you would like more information about any of the Ontario March of Dimes ABI Outreach Programs contact Pam OUTREACH GROUPS CONTACTS : Pam Giorgio-( 905)773-7758 ext.6236 pgiorgio@marchofdimes.ca

calendar, as occasionally the facility is not available. In the event the facility is unavailable, the group will meet at a different location which will be stated on the calendar. Walking Club The walking club provides an opportunity to socialize and be active at the same time. We meet inside the Hillcrest Mall at the MMM Muffins coffee shop (TD entrance) on Thursday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The mall is located at 9350 Yonge St. in Richmond Hill.

B.I.N.G. Group (Brain Injury New market Group) This group has moved to Tuesday afternoon’s 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm .This group OMOD Calendar participates in life skills workshops and activities in the comPlease note that due to differences in scheduling, between munity such as; York Region Head Injury Support Groups Newsletter “The Headway” and The OMOD Outreach Program s the OMOD bowling, playing pool, crafts, Calendar is no longer included with The Headway. mall walking exercise, cards and If you would like to receive the OMOD Calendar you need to games and other fun activities. register with Pam Giorgio. She can ensure that you are inMarkham Group cluded on OMOD’s Mailing list for the calendar. This group meets on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m... This group participates in life skills workshops, and activities in the community such as; bowling, mall walking exercise, crafts, cards and York Head Injury Support Group And Ontario games and other fun activities. March Of Dimes Activity Group Healthier Me Group This is a new group which meets on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. This group has relocated to Ray Twinney Complex at 100 Eagle St. (Lounge #2) in Newmarket. This group participates in workshops and activities focusing on health and wellness. Please always make sure to check your activity

This group meets on Thursday afternoons 1:00-3:00 at The Loyal True Blue and Orange Home Building located at 11181 Yonge St. in Richmond Hill. The members play cribbage, board games and card games. 


Donation Form York Region Head Injury Support Group Loyal True Blue and Orange Home 11181 Yonge Street, 3rd floor Richmond Hill ON L4S 1L2

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Amount of donation: $_____ Tax receipt required: □ (over $10.00 only) Make your cheque payable to: “Ontario March of Dimes ( YRHISG)” and mail to the above address

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