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Acquired Brain Injury Adult Day Service: Providence Healthcare

Cota’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Adult Day Service program offers supportive and creative group environments for people to engage in meaningful activities, explore strengths and develop new/diverse skills.

Services Offered

  •     Various sessions are available Monday to Friday
  •     Groups rotate every 12 to 16 weeks
  •     Each group has a different focus or theme including skills training, educational, recreational and mutual support
  •     Programs may change each term to offer greater choice

ADS Service Package

Services Available To

Anyone with ABI aged 16 to 64 living in the City of Toronto (inclusive of Etobicoke, Scarborough, North York and downtown Toronto) is eligible for service.


The ABI Adult Day Service is located at Providence Healthcare, Room K112 (First Floor), 3276 St. Clair Avenue East, Scarborough.

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Travelling by TTC

  • Take the Bloor-Danforth line to Warden. From Warden Subway Station walk to St. Clair Ave. E. Turn left and walk 5 minutes up the hill to the building entrance.
  • Alternately, take the 70 O’Connor bus from Warden. Get off at the first stop.

To Make a Referral

Any caregiver, professional or client can make a referral for the Cota ABI Adult Day Service through the Toronto ABI Network. Please complete the ABI Client Community Profile located on the Toronto Acquired Brain Injury Network website at and submit it to the Toronto ABI Network. The application must be accompanied by medical documentation of an ABI such as hospital records, or the completed Referral Form for Physicians, also available on the Toronto ABI Network website.

To Make an Inquiry

Contact the ABI Adult Day Service Office to speak with the Program Facilitators by telephone at 416-755-2239 or via e-mail at

This program is funded by the Central Local Health Integration Network.

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