Brain Injury Organisations

Helpful links to the websites of brain injury organisations, services and supports across Australia.

The Brain Awareness Centre

The Brain Awareness Centre is a Non-profit organisation designed to support those suffering with or caring for an Acquired Brain Injury.

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Anglicare Tasmania

Anglicare Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation that provides aged care, acquired injury and community support services across Tasmania. Anglicare also do research and advocate for changes to improve the lives of Tasmanians, through the work of their Social Action and Research Centre.

1800 243 232Visit Website

Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia

Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia, is an Australian-wide not-for-profit organisation working to raise awareness of concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the community.

In all its forms, TBI can have long-lasting, negative consequences for people and their families. It is our aim to improve the lives of people with lived experience and their families following TBI of all severities.

0480 496 267Visit Website

Brain Foundation

The Brain Foundation is a national charity established in 1970 by leading neurologists and neurosurgeons. Our mission is to fund the highest quality Australian research into neurological conditions, with the ultimate goal of advancing diagnoses, treatments, and patient outcomes. We also raise awareness about the impact of brain diseases, disorders & injuries, and provide educational resources to help people learn more about these conditions.

1300 886 660Visit Website

Brain Injury South Australia

Brain Injury South Australia is a peak body and service provider that specialises in supporting people with acquired brain injury, whatever their situation, to embrace life after brain injury. They do this by offering a person-driven, interdisciplinary approach – where the person is at the centre of all goal setting and decision-making in their recovery journey.

As a peak body, Brain Injury SA also has a wider role within the community as an advocative voice that aims to influence at a state and national level for systemic change, as well as offering individual advocacy support to people with an ABI.

Brain Injury SA is focused on providing services close to a person’s home, and operates from three Hubs across Adelaide, and additionally offers regional outreach support in country South Australia.

08 8217 7600Visit Website

Brain Injury Australia

Founded in 1986, Brain Injury Australia is the central clearinghouse of information and gateway to nationwide referral for optimising the social and economic participation of all Australians living with brain injury.

1800 272 461Visit Website

Synapse - Australia's Brain Injury Organisation

Synapse is Australia’s Brain Injury Organisation. Synapse provides a range of support services for people who have been impacted by brain injury and disability. These services promote quality of life, self-determination, and choice through information, specialist support, and targeted research activities.

1800 673 074Visit Website

BrainLink Services

The effects of Brain Injury are often invisible to an unknown observer and adjusting to life with a Brain Injury can take some time.  BrainLink Services connects individuals, families and carers affected by Brain Injury to the care, support and networks needed to live the healthiest, richest life possible.

BrainLink Services is based in Victoria.

1800 677 579Visit Website

Brain Injury Association of Tasmania

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) is a non-government, state-wide, not-for-profit organisation working for people with acquired brain injury (ABI), their families and other stakeholders. BIAT has a range of members.

BIAT plays a key role in activities that contribute to a community that is more informed about acquired brain injury and has a strong focus on the area of advocacy with an emphasis on representation and support of the acquired brain injury (ABI) sector.

1300 242 827Visit Website

Hartley Lifecare

Established in 1962, Hartley Lifecare (Hartley) is a Canberra-based not-for-profit organisation providing supported accommodation for people with disability, their families and carers. Hartley supports over 100 clients in 35 homes across the ACT. Over the last six decades, families have grown to rely on and trust Hartley to deliver high quality, person centred support.

02 6282 4411Visit Website

Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service (ABIOS)

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Brain Injury Matters

Brain Injury Matters (BIM) is a self-advocacy and community education organisation run by and for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). All office bearers and committee of management members have ABI. As a Disabled People's Organisation, we are a voice of people living with ABI in Victoria.

03 9639 7222Visit Website

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Services

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Headway ABI Australia

Headway ABI Australia, located on the Gold Coast Queensland, provides Specialist Supports & Services, Supported Independent Living (SIL) & Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) and Rehabilitation Therapies for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Headway ABI Australia is a registered NDIS Provider and a Not-for-Profit Charity.

07 5574 4311Visit Website

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