Since 1989, the South Okanagan Similkameen Brain Injury Society (SOSBIS) has been providing support to individuals and families dealing with the effects of traumatic and acquired brain injuries. Founded by a group of brain injury survivors and family members, the South Okanagan Brain Injury Society is a registered charity, registered under the British Columbia Non-Profit Act, allowing us to provided support to individuals and families who are living with the effects of acquired brain injury.
To provide quality programs and services to individuals including those with Acquired Brain Injuries, Mental Health conditions or who have housing needs, through:
Brain Injury Prevention & Education
Programs for our clients, their families, & caregivers
Advocacy & Homeless Outreach
In 2017, the Brain Injury Society celebrated its 25th year anniversary of providing support to brain injured individuals and their family members. To celebrate this millstone, the Brain Injury Society has introduced a new logo as our society has branched off into additional areas involving housing programs.
The importance of the tree
The image on our previous logo was a sole tree, representing the tree of life. Our new logo still incorporates this symbol as it represents new beginnings and the formation of strong connections.