PossAbilities - Assistive Technologies
Assistive technology and other enabling technology devices
The PossAbilities Program is a third-party funded assessment service for individuals whose functional independence would be enhanced by Assistive technology and other enabling technology devices.
PossAbilities provides assessment, recommendations and information related to:
- Accessible home control systems for operating appliances and lighting
- Accessible computer systems like voice recognition and alternative solutions
- Accessible wheelchair adaptions and integration of home controls
- Accessible telephone and cellphone technology
- Accessible solutions for independence in many other daily needs
Training in assistive technology
In addition to the assessment and recommendations, the program also provides training in the use of these technologies.
Assessments are conducted in the hospital or in the individual's residence as appropriate.
This program's service is available to those living in Southwestern Ontario.
For Healthcare Professionals
- Driver Assessment and Rehabilitation Program (DARP)
- London Brain Injury Association
- Parachute (formerly Think First Canada)
- Brain Injury Association of U.S.A.
- TBI National Resource Centre
- Toronto ABI Network
- Brain Aneurysm Foundation
- Virginia Commonwealth University National Resource Centre for Traumatic Brain Injury
- Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
- Rotman Research Institute
- Brain Anatomy
- Evidence Based Review of Acquired Brain Injury (ERABI)
- Evidence Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation
- Evidence based review of Spinal Cord Injury
- Substance Abuse brain Injury Bridging Project
- Brainline: Preventing, Treating and Living with TBI