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Bake for brain injury. March 5th to 11th, 2018. Let's raise some dough. Host a Bake Party or a coffee morning to help raise much needed funds for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Friday the 18th of May 2018 at 9.30am to 1.30pm. Acquired brain injury research in Ireland: current trends and future horizons. VENUE: The Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council Office, Wood Quay.
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Rehabilitation is a right, not a request.

Don't save me, then leave me.

a hero's journey. adapting to a life with a brain injury. the hardest part is accepting you’re not the person you once were. ABI Ireland creates a personalised neuro-rehabilitation plan for each person living with a brain background curve

ABI Ireland creates a personalised neuro-rehabilitation plan for each person living with a brain injury

The hardest part is accepting you're not the person you once were

Adapting to life with a brain injury

A hero's journey

17 October 2013; Dublin GAA football players, and ABI Ireland Ambassadors, Michael Darragh Macauley and Rory O’Carroll join Sports broadcaster Ger Gilroy and Acquired Brain Injury Ireland CEO Barbara O’ Connell to launch the registration opening of the Brain Injury and Sport Conference. Tackling the concussion crisis Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, in association with EBIS (European Brain Injury Society) will host a ‘Brain Injury and Sport’ conference at the Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin on Friday 13th December 2013. This conference aims to increase awareness and education of concussion, presenting best practice on concussion management to a wide audience. For more information and to register see Pictured are Michael Darragh Macauley, left, James O'Connell, aged 7, and Rory O’Carroll. Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Picture credit: Pat Murphy / SPORTSFILE *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***yellow background curve

Michael Darragh Macauley, Dublin GAA footballer and ABI Ireland ambassador

Don't leave the decision up to us. Take us out of the game.

Concussion is a brain injury

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Don't leave anyone to exist alone in silence, give them a second chance at life. Neuro-Rehabilitation can change lives and restore those injured.

To live or to exist

Brain injury is devastating, frustrating and isolating, Leaving those injured with two stark options.

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A brain injury can happen in seconds and change a life forever. Read our inspiring stories from those living with a brain injury, from their carers and also from the professionals who treat them. Click to read our stories.

Our mission is to enable people with neuro-rehabilitation needs to lead meaningful lives in the community by providing personalised quality rehabilitation and support.

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