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Vista Centre Brain Injury Services welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates chosen to participate in the selection process.

(VCBIS is always looking for skilled and caring team players that have an interest in a career that is both demanding and rewarding. If you have an interest in working in a rehabilitation setting that emphasizes independence, respect, choice and a focus toward community reintegration, then we may be the place for you!

Many have chosen to make their career at VCBIS because of the secure employment, opportunity for advancement and the satisfaction of knowing that their input is valued and makes a difference in the lives of the individuals receiving services. Our agency offers competitive wages and benefits, a variety of employment opportunities, training options and the possibility for the individual employee to be fully involved in whatever aspects of the agency that they wish.

If this sounds like the type of environment you would like to work in, please contact us. We'd like to have you on our team.

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Vista Centre Brain Injury Services (VCBIS) is a provincial leader in the delivery of community-based rehabilitation and support services to adults living with the effects of an acquired brain injury. We are publicly funded and fully accredited by Accreditation Canada with a demonstrated commitment to quality and innovation.


VCBIS is always looking for caring team players that have a career interest that is demanding and rewarding.


We are proud to have the opportunity to play a meaningful work related role in their school experiences .


VCBIS is provides volunteers with challenging opportunities that match an individual's skills and interests.


Vista Centre Services relies on the donations of corporations and individuals to enrich our clients lives.


Head Injury in Sport

Jason Osler / CBC News

Importance of Self-care

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Mysterious Symptoms

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Making rainbow cupcakes, playing volleyball and charades is how Ottawa's Day Program enjoyed the day

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