ARBI transforms the lives of individuals with acquired brain injury through rehabilitation and community integration.
Everyone with a brain injury lives the best life possible.
Our Beliefs and Values
Quality of Life
All individuals deserve to live their best possible lives and can be active community participants.
Quality of Life
We treat each client with respect and dignity at all times.
We believe that every client and every family deserves to have hope for the future.
We embrace diversity in our clients, volunteers, board and staff; we believe our differences bring us closer together.
We advocate for our clients and their families to help make life better.
Our staff and volunteers are caring, and they help clients reach their goals in an atmosphere of integrity, caring and trust.
Our positive culture values teamwork, internally amongst clients, staff and volunteers and externally through collaboration with partners and other agencies.
Making life better for survivors of severe brain injury, including stroke.
Brain injury, including stroke can have a devastating impact on survivors and their families. The ARBI approach blends science and compassion to create hope for survivors.
Survivors are your family and friends…members of your community.
ARBI provides intensive community-based rehabilitation and family support in a nurturing environment. With personalized rehabilitation, and lots of encouragement, survivors can once again enjoy fulfilling lives in their communities. Building on strengths, families can pave the way for the future with confidence and optimism.
Dedicated to Making Life Better, our team helps clients achieve meaningful goals so they can attain their best possible quality of life.
We see meaningful relationships develop, independence regained and life after brain injury lived with passion and purpose.
Thousands of individuals from across Alberta have benefited from ARBI’s expertise.
ARBI is the only non-profit community agency that provides longer-term rehabilitation and family support for survivors of severe acquired brain injury, caused by:
- Traumatic injuries (related to falls, car crashes, sporting injuries, etc.)
- Non-traumatic injuries (caused by stroke, infection, and lack of oxygen)
For over thirty years we have dedicated ourselves to enriching the lives of survivors and their families.
We believe that every client and every family deserves to have hope for the future. Our expertise and experience has shown us that survivors can regain lost abilities, increase independence and reconnect with their communities. With appropriate rehabilitation, significant improvements can happen years following an injury.
ARBI helps individuals achieve their dreams of re-engaging in the community, and living fulfilling lives. Together, we help families rebuild a life after brain injury.