At Traverse Independence we maximize our clients’ ability to live independently by providing support services for adults with a physical disability or brain injury.
About Traverse Independence
BRAIN INJURY SERVICES
Traverse Independence offers a range of customized programs and services to our clients ranging from housing, attendant care, specialized, therapeutic and supportive care, outreach services, and day programs.
Each of our programs focuses on maximizing our clients' abilities to live independently. We began developing our specialized brain injury services over 10 years ago. Today, we serve over 200 clients with brain injuries.
Traverse Independence is a not-for-profit registered charity and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We provide services in Waterloo Region and Wellington County.
What People Are Saying
"Joe is a war vet whose addiction led to a brain injury and memory problems. Thanks to his determination and Traverse supports, Joe relearned vital independence skills. "Nobody who is 37 should be in a nursing home. Now I have my own place and I feel good because I make a difference for others.""
— Our client Joe, Read More
"Tim's diabetes caused him an acquired brain injury. When he achieved his goals at Traverse he said “Thank you for your time and patience” and added “Sua is a great girl, don’t ever let her go or you’ll go crazy!” My heart is touched that I got to be a part of Tim’s journey to independence. "
— Sua Ortiz-Yang, Tim's Community Facilitator, Read More