Brain Injury Matters is a charity dedicated to supporting people affected by Acquired Brain Injury to rebuild their lives and reach their full potential in the community. All our services aim to promote independence, foster personal development and support people to adapt to life after illness or accident. Our services are delivered by a combination of professional clinicians and staff with specialist knowledge of ABI rehabilitation.
The Wellbeing Programme
Centre-based, day activities for adults (aged 16+) who have experience of acquired brain injury
The Wellbeing Outreach Programme
Recreational, educational and social opportunities in local neighbourhood settings for those living isolated in the community. It enables people to meet with others in similar situations while benefitting from various activities to enhance their personal lifestyles.
Teens' Link Programme
Linking teenagers (aged 13-18) with experience of acquired brain injury to likeminded people in their local community, leisure activties and social opportunities.
The Counselling Service
Confidential, one to one support for anyone affected by brain injury, with trained professional counsellors to help address specific challenges on adjusting to life after brain injury.
The Training Service
Training and information on all aspects of brain injury for health professionals, solicitors, families, volunteers and anyone interested in finding out more.
The Family First Service is a specialist service designed to empower families to support children who have sustained an acquired brain injury (ABI). Childhood ABI can result in a number of complex challenges for children and their families. Family First offers an evidence based programme of support to help families and children reach their full potential.