Making life better.

The Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI) is a community-based, non-profit organization in Calgary, Alberta.

ARBI provides comprehensive rehabilitation and caregiver support in a nurturing and encouraging environment. Our innovative treatment model and unique, personalized approach has successfully helped thousands of individuals with brain injuries regain their independence and live fulfilling lives.

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Our Programs & Services

For more than 45 years, our vision has been to give brain injury and stroke survivors the chance to live their best life possible. We do this through our primary programs and services:

REHABILITATION SERVICES are delivered by our interdisciplinary team of neurorehabilitation experts and are tailored to empower individuals at every stage of their recovery journey.

RECREATION PROGRAMS offer group opportunities fostering social engagement in meaningful community-based recreational activities.

WELLNESS SERVICES are provided to clients and caregivers as they adjust to life after brain injury and reconnect with the community.

Why Support ARBI?

  • Over 5,000 Albertans sustain a brain injury every year.
  • More than 400,000 Canadians are living with long-term disability from stroke.
  • One in 10 people will know someone who will suffer a brain injury this year alone.
  • Every 5 minutes, someone has a stroke in Canada.

The Journey to Recovery

Journey to Recovery after brain injury
Journey to recovery after brain injury

Impacting the Community

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2793 Volunteers

Our dedicated volunteers offer their skills, support, and compassion to our clients throughout their rehabilitation

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152161 Volunteer Hours

Volunteer time and efforts help us work towards our mission of making life better for every one of our clients

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2374 People Helped

Since 1978, ARBI has transformed the lives of thousands of individuals and their families

Stats from 2005 to March 31, 2024