Our services have been developed over the last 20 years or so to try to meet the needs of both the survivor of ABI and the people around them.
Statutory community services have not kept pace with demand and there is a real inequality in services throughout Wales.
Our main service is the Day Centre which provides those recently injured with a chance to re-learn skills, practice strategies and re-gain confidence and independence.
For those further down the line, we continue to provide a safe, yet challenging, supportive environment where survivors can seek assistance when needed, both practically and emotionally and vitally, can maintain the level of recovery attained.
As numbers increase, we have had to think of new ways to reach more people and as such, we now employ an Outreach Worker who provides a mixture of 1:1 and group support to both survivors and carers.
We are a genuinely service-user led organisation e.g. 2 survivors and 2 carers sit on our Board of Trustees and are keen to hear your comments and suggestions regarding our services.
Anyone can make a referral if the potential service user meets the following criteria:
· is a survivor (or carer of an survivor) of an acquired brain injury
· is aged between 16 and 65
· is able to behave appropriately in a group setting
For further information please see our Referrals page.