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Community Brain Injury Services

We have a network of Community Brain Injury Services (CBIS) providers comprised of occupational therapists who offer behavioural, cognitive, physical and functional support to workers with brain injuries. This network is made up of providers who have long-term contracts with us. These contracts come up for bidding periodically.

Overview of services

Our CBIS program is designed for people who have a work-related brain injury. The services help injured workers live, participate, and work in their local community. Our contracted providers are available in the home and community settings, and can offer the following services:

• Assessing baseline function and intervention needs
• Identifying treatment needs
• Community living support
• Providing basic equipment recommendations such as mobility aids and home safety equipment

Becoming a provider

Our long-term Community Brain Injury Services contracts come up for bidding every few years. To become a provider, you need to apply for a contract when the bidding process begins.

We post notifications on Bid Opportunities when contracts are up for bidding. All the information you need, including how to submit your bid, will be available in the posted documents.

Through Bid Opportunities, you can also sign up for automatic notifications whenever one of these bid opportunities is posted.

Submitting reports and invoices

All the information you need to complete our required paperwork is available in the contract documents you sign with us.

CBIS providers have access to our Provider Portal. This secure site lets you efficiently submit reports and invoices, check the payment status of your invoice, and receive referrals.

Need more information?

We're here to help. Please contact our Health Care Services team.