This year we have partnered with the Ontario Brain Injury Association to launch an incredible project to promote a heightened awareness of brain injury, to give survivors a voice and the means to educate others of what its like to live with a brain injury. All across the province, those participating agencies, like ours, have been given masks for their members (survivors and caregivers) to artistically express their experience with ABI. These masks will be unveiled at a community reception in Sarnia, on June 1st, to publicly recognize Brain Injury Awareness Month. Supplies will be provided. Throughout the months of April and May, we will work together in small groups to complete the masks. If you are interested in more information, you can access the founding website of this project at We would like as many masks as possible to be completed for this project. Your help and feedback in planning for the June 1st Community Open House will be appreciated.