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Community Brain Injury Support Services are designed to help injured workers maintain skills in self-care, and productivity that allows them to live, participate, and work in their local community. These services are provided in home and community settings to help injured workers retain and improve independence and maintain positive relationships.
Services within the Community Brain Injury Support Services Agreement are for injured workers who have reached maximum medical recovery. These injured workers will no longer benefit from formal rehabilitation but require ongoing longer term behavioural, cognitive, physical, and/or functional support for integration into the community.
To check the status of an invoice payment from WorkSafeBC online, go to Check invoice payment status.
To bill WorkSafeBC for your services, include only those fee items outlined in the following fee schedule (PDF 54kb).
To view a patient’s claim status online you will need your payee number and their Personal Health Number and WorkSafeBC claim number.
Use the following forms for reporting:
See the Community Brain Injury Services Reference Manual (PDF 710kb) for more information.