Thank you for your interest in NOSBIS, the North Okanagan/Shuswap Brain Injury Society.  Please note that our office at 360 Ross Street N.E. is permanently closed and our staff is working from home.  The delivery of services to support brain injury survivors and their families has been transferred to March of Dimes Canada (MODC).  The attached Press Release provides additional information on the closure of NOSBIS.

Please read more in our PRESS RELEASE.

MODC can be reached at:

March of Dimes Canada – Community Brain injury Services

P.O. Box 580

Salmon Arm, BC  V1E 4N7

Ph: 250-515-0845

About Us

NOSBIS is a non-profit society that supports ABI survivors and their family members. Our head office is in Salmon Arm, BC. Our area of coverage includes the North Okanagan and the Shuswap, from Enderby to Salmon Arm to Squilax, including all points in between. Our members are children, parents, teens, spouses, and grandparents. Membership is open to anyone in the community with an interest in the challenges that come with living with the effects of brain injury. Professionals, interested citizens, and service providers are also welcome as members.

June is Brain Injury Awareness month

2020 Walk ‘n Roll Fundraiser

June is Brain Injury Awareness month *

Each year in June NOSBIS members participate in the March of Dimes Walk ‘n Roll fundraiser by walking or rolling around McGuire Lake to raise funds for programs and services we provide to support Brain Injury Survivors in our community, particularly those who have suffered a stroke.

COVID-19 won’t stop us from walking and rolling  – we’ll just do it online!  Our fundraiser is going Virtual!​

March of Dimes has set up a Zoom Walk ‘n Roll fundraising event on June 20th.  This is exciting news with participants nation-wide joining to support brain injury and stroke survivors!

Throughout the month of June, NOSBIS members have challenged themselves to complete various activities including fitness, yoga, walking and dancing, to whatever degree their abilities allow in an effort to raise awareness and funds for stroke and brain injury recovery.  Funds raised by NOSBIS remain local and support the programs and services which NOSBIS delivers in our own community

We gratefully acknowledge financial assistance from the Province of British Columbia and the Brain Injury Alliance.