Face your fears, while raising awareness and funds for brain injury survivors! Join us on 30th April 2023 for an adventure you will never forget!
We are challenging you to bravely abseil down the iconic Skyview Tower. Are you interested?
Research shows that rehabilitation is worth the investment for brain injury survivors. It saves money and improves health. This article explores the research and how important rehabilitation is for survivors.
A new online resource hub to make rehabilitation tools and information available to survivors of brain injury, their families and healthcare professionals, regardless of location.
Begin the new year in a great way! Sign up to Step Up and raise funds to support Acquired Brain Injury Ireland this January.
Approximately 150,000 people in Ireland are living with a brain injury today. Every step taken and every euro raised will benefit brain injury survivors
Rebuilding lives after brain injury. Empowering people to live to their full potential. That’s what we do.
For survivors of brain injury
At Acquired Brain Injury Ireland we want to support you to get the information and services you need to rebuild your life.
For families and carers
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland has established a network of support groups throughout Ireland, accessible to all those caring for a loved one with brain injury.
For healthcare professionals
The CBIS Programme is specifically intended for frontline staff and professionals who need a strong foundation for working with individuals with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Do you want access to helpful tips, strategies and activities for coping with an acquired brain injury? “Rehabilitation Anywhere” is a practical online resource designed to help anyone with a brain injury or siblings. parents or carers of brain injury survivors. Visit “Rehabilitation Anywhere” now