Our First Ambassador
Many people in our communities are living a lower quality of life because of the chronic effects of acquired brain injury. ABI Wellness’s Ambassador Program is designed to help those living with brain injuries to become a part of the ABI Wellness community. This program will enable brain injury survivors to play a key role in raising awareness and increasing access to ABI Wellness programs in their community, further advocating community support for individuals with brain injuries and helping these individuals improve their quality of life.
What inspired you to become the first ambassador for ABI Wellness?
Clayton: “For me, personally, ABI Wellness’s programs made a huge impact on my life, so I want to pay it forward and help other brain injury survivors”
What unique experience do you bring to this role?
Clayton: “Currently, I am the only one on the team that has firsthand experience with the life-changing benefits from ABI Wellness’s programs.”
What would you like to achieve in your role as Ambassador?
Clayton: “I want to be able to broaden the knowledge of what is possible in brain injury recovery and inspire positive change.”
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Meet Connor and his mom, Kathy
Watch our discussion with Connor and his mom, Kathy, as they talk about their journey through recovering from traumatic brain injury and what led them to the ABI Wellness program.
Read Kathy’s book which details the unyielding determination to restore Conor to wellness; weaving a greater story of sisterhood into Kathy’s very personal quest to save her son.
“Changing my brain gave me my life back. Thank you!”
The missing piece in
“It was a little bit like the first time you’ve been seen or heard clearly… It made me feel like there is something I can do and [ABI Wellness] understands what I’m going through, since they have seen it before and they have resources that I can really benefit from… It was about six weeks in… where I started to notice some benefits from the program. I could sit down and have a conversation in a meeting and really anchor my thoughts – I knew what I wanted to say, I could understand what was going on in the conversation and could keep track of [the conversation] over a period of time – that was something that was really meaningful to me.”
Former Client & Strength and Conditioning Coach
The Unique Impact of the
ABI Wellness Model
Josh Poirier, Executive Director, Watson Centre Society for Brain Health speaks to the unique impact of the ABI Wellness model.
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