Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)  –  A great life beyond your injury.

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) can be sudden, happening to any of us at any stage, changing life dramatically. These changes may impact others – parents, children, partners, friends and colleagues. It is important for us to know and understand what has mattered most to you prior to the ABI – your school, work, relationships and being part of community and family life.

Getting the right support is critical. We are a recognised and respected ABI Specialist with dedicated teams working with children, families and adults, supporting your progress in regaining and restoring what is important to you.

Through our support services, we embark on a journey together. Our journey’s destination remains a hope and vision for the future, shaped by our clients' goals, where life can be enjoyed as fully and wholly as possible. 

Our services relating to ABI are listed below. Alternatively, call our Customer Services team on 1800 343 287.

Positive Behaviour Support – Affirming Families
1800 343 287

Affirming Families provides support for families with children who have a disability and presenting behaviours of concern. We can implement positive behaviour supports aimed at increasing your child’s ability to participate more fully in family home life and their broader community. Please click through for further information - this support can be for you if you have funds in your NDIS plan, or in your Department of Health and Human Services Individualised Support Plan.

Support Coordination
1800 343 287
Support Coordination can assist you to find and connect to services, so you can bring your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan to life.
Bridges Community Linkages
1800 343 287
Bridges supports adults with mild to severe intellectual disabilities with community-based training and support. We also provide an adult training support service. Please click through for further information - this support can be for you if you have funds in your NDIS plan, or in your Department of Health and Human Services Individualised Support Plan.