An App to assist people coping with memory challenges or those who just want to be better organized. — Qcard may be for you!

As a sign of our appreciation for your early support we want to personally email you to announce the official launch of Qcard on the Apple App Store. To help as many people as possible, we are having a Launch Sale of 50% off! (offer ends Wed, August 15th). Your support is greatly appreciated and […]

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Falling Through the Cracks: New Study Reveals Majority of Toronto's Homeless Have History of Brain Injury

TORONTO, Oct. 7 /CNW/ – More than half of Toronto’s homeless have suffered a brain injury – and 70 per cent of those did so prior to ending up on the street – according to a landmark study published today. “Sadly, this study proves our greatest fears,” says John Kumpf of the Ontario Alliance for […]

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Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability among youth

Did you know? Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability among youth. The three leading causes of death from traumatic brain injury relate to firearms, motor vehicles and falls. The leading causes of death differ by age group. Motor vehicles are the leading cause among youth from birth to 19 years […]

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After one brain injury, you are three times at a greater risk for a second brain injury and eight times greater for subsequent injuries

Did you know? After one brain injury, you are three times at a greater risk for a second brain injury and eight times greater for subsequent injuries. After a TBI incident, the potential risk for subsequent multiple injury is extremely high. Statistics show that among people with a TBI incident, the risk of a second […]

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Doctors are calling brain injury a silent epidemic

Did you know? Doctors are calling brain injury a silent epidemic! Traumatic Brain Injury is called the ‘Silent Epidemic” because the un-informed public is being ravaged by its devastating repercussions. According to the National Center for Health Statistics the total number of injuries to the head (of all types) in the United States is estimated […]

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