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BRANT ERIE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS


P.O. Box 26010, Brantford, ON N3R 7X4 Phone: 519-752-5981 Website: www.branterieaa.com


AA offers recovery programs for individuals. Meetings are held at various locations throughout the community with meeting locations posted on their website at branterieaa.com. AA also offers public awareness and information through speaking engagements to groups by request.


BRANTFORD PHYSIOTHERAPY AND SPORTS MEDICINE


Phone: 519-756-5450 Website: www.physiocentres.com


Provides physiotherapy, assessment and treatment for clients with physical challenges, including musculoskeletal, orthopedic including post hip and knee replacement therapy, spinal injuries and injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents. Fee for service, some coverage may be available through O.H.I.P., Extended Health Coverage or Veteran’s Affairs. A Fall Prevention Program and assessment is available.


MARCH OF DIMES


Assisted Device Program Phone: 1-866-765-7237 E-mail: adp@dimes.on.ca


The Assistive Device Program (ADP) provides partial funding for the purchase and maintenance of equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, braces, and communication devices. Contact the ADP to locate a prescribing therapist in your area to access this program.


ONTARIO MARCH OF DIMES VEHICLE MODIFICATION PROGRAM


Toll-free: 1-877-369-4867 Fax: 519-432-4923 E-mail: hvmp@marchofdimes.on.ca


The Vehicle Modification Program for persons with disabilities provides funding for persons who qualify. The application process was streamlined in 2004 after funding increases and changes to the application process. Funding is available to


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low-income persons with disabilities who can prove a need for the modification.


ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF BRANT


101 Brant Ave., Brantford ON N3T 3H4 Phone: 519-759-7692 Fax: 519-759-8353 Web Address: www.alzbrant.ca


FIRST LINK


When it’s more than just forgetfulness, find someone to talk to: Phone: 519-759-7692


Office Hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday -Friday The Alzheimer Society of Brant exists to alleviate the personal and social consequences of dementia in Brant County and Brantford. We do this through the provision of information, education, counseling, and support programs and services to individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia, and through information and education services to professionals and community agencies who work in dementia-related areas. Within our catchment area, there are nearly 1900 individuals with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia.


First Link Program™ First Link connects individuals newly diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia and their families to a community of learning, services and support.


Support and Counselling Staff provides confidential support/counseling in the privacy of the client’s home, by telephone, email or at the Society’s office.


Discussion Groups Discussion Groups are available for those with early stage dementia and their care partner as well as discussion groups for family members and friends.


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