About SABIS

The Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society (SABIS) is dedicated to helping adults with an acquired brain injury and family caregivers obtain the supports and services the adult survivor needs to live as independently as possible in the community .

Incorporated under the Societies Act of Alberta in 1985 as a non-profit registered charity, SABIS offers lifelong supports and services. SABIS promotes open and inclusive communities for all persons regardless of the severity of their brain injury.

Vision

SABIS promotes open and inclusive communities for all persons regardless of the severity of their injury.

Mission

SABIS offers lifelong support and services for adults with acquired brain injury andtheir familes

Values

Respect, Support, Inclusiveness, Learning and Encouragement

WHO WE SUPPORT

The Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society (SABIS) offers supports and services to adults with acquired brain injury and their families. SABIS promotes open and inclusive communities for all persons, regardless of the severity of their brain injury.

Natasha Brzoza

Executive Director
[email protected]
403-521-5212, extension 1

Cheryl Sayward

Senior Service Coordinator
[email protected]
403-521-5212, extension 2

Michelle Bowers

Community Resources Coordinator
[email protected]
403-521-5212, extension 3

 

Emilie Seitz

Service Coordinator
[email protected]
403-521-5212, extension 4

Annalise Schwaiger

Administrative Assistant

 

[email protected]
403-521-5212, extension 5

 

 

Alan Glover – President

Allan Boss – Treasurer

Becky Small – Secretary

Bobbi Jensen – Director

Kimber Pipella – Director

Natasha Bodei – Executive Director

SABIS began in February 1985 as a family support group. Caregivers joined forces with individuals from community agencies and other community members to discuss the lack of information and support for families supporting adults with an acquired brain injury.