The INROADS program is a small-group program for survivors of brain injury which is offered in partnership with the Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia (BIANS), Kings County Branch. This program focuses on learning skills and strategies to effectively respond to the challenges survivors of brain injury face in their lives. Learning could involve re-learning practical skills such as reading, writing and using the computer, as well as personal development skills that will help survivors to solve conflicts, engage with others and deal with stress.