(709) 368-7119 info@nlbia.ca

WELCOME TO THE NLBIA

The Newfoundland & Labrador Brain Injury Association is a non-profit advocacy organization which strives to improve the quality of life of survivors, their families and friends.

NLBIA GOALS

Helping to identify the needs of survivors, their families and friends. Enhancing access to quality care and services. Improving public awareness of brain injury through education.

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Education

Brother T.I. Murphy Centre

Provides Adult Basic Education programme and High School Credit Programme. For detailed information on these programmes you can go to the website www.murphycentre.ca or contact the Centre:

Prince Philip Drive Location (All services)
1 Prince Philip Drive (behind the College of the North Atlantic)
St. John’s, NL, A1A 5B2
Phone: (709) 579-6606
Fax: (709) 579-2655


College of the North Atlantic

College of the North Atlantic is committed to providing an inclusive learning environment which celebrates and encourages diversity. CNA promotes equal access and opportunities to facilitate success in the educational community and in the community at large. Our philosophy is to presume competence and encourage independence and self-actualization; empowering all students to recognize, celebrate and productively use their abilities! For details about the services offered and locations please go to their webpage www.cna.nl.ca/disability-services/ 


The Blundon Centre – Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador

The Blundon Centre co-ordinates programmes and provides services for Memorial students with disabilities. For detailed information about the Centre go to their webpage www.mun.ca/blundon/ or call (709) 864-2156.

To find out about our scholarships please click here.


Education and Early Childhood Development

Kindergarten to Grade Twelve Newfoundland and Labrador School Districts offer supports and services to children with disabilities and their families. For more information please click here.