ABI Wellness Partners With Harvard University, Brigham and Women’s Hospital to Change Cognitive Care

VANCOUVER — Over 1.5 million Canadians live with acquired brain injury, which is a leading cause of disability globally. In the long-term, more than half of those with ABI are never able to return to work and one-third rely daily on caregiver help. Addressing the need for treatments that are effective in helping patients overcome life-long cognitive challenges, ABI Wellness designed their Brain Enhance and Recovery System to advance outcomes in cognitive recovery and help people with ABI improve their quality of life. The BEARS platform has been implemented in clinics and hospitals across North America to change the standard of cognitive care. Aiming to reach more patients in need of BEARS, the Vancouver-based company is collaborating on a clinical research study with Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Read More