What we do
Brain Injury Matters supports, promotes and empowers all those affected by ABI.
We deliver a range of innovative programmes and initiatives led by a diverse team of clinicians, to help those affected by ABI become more independent, achieve their goals and help them adjust to life with brain injury.
Hospital admissions annually
Individuals benefit from our services every week
Pays for one full day of service for our Wellbeing Programme
Thanks to your donations we’re able to support children, young people and adults affected by acquired brain injury throughout Northern Ireland.
As a small local charity we do not receive any Government funding and therefore rely on the kindness and generosity of the community, local businesses, families, carers and supporters of the charity to sustain the delivery of our free services to those affected by Acquired Brain Injury throughout Northern Ireland.
£5.00 could provide a service user with a two hour session of drama
£10.00 could provide a service user with five hours of art workshops
£20.00 could provide a 1:1 session with a community health professional
People choose to volunteer with Brain Injury Matters for a variety or reasons. For some it provides them with the opportunity to help others & encourage children, young people and adults with acquired brain injury to participate in activities/interact with their peers & have fun.
For others, it can be just something as straightforward as having some spare time that they wish to do something positive with and want to give back to their local community.
Whatever your reasons for wishing to volunteer with Brain Injury Matters, we will be more than happy to welcome you onto our volunteering team and will endeavour to find a role suitable for you.