Noel was in his forties. Husband to his wife Gillian and dad to their three boys.

He was tending to the cattle when he had a stroke. His family were prepared for the worst.

They faced the possibility of a life without Noel. Miraculously, he pulled through and survived heart and brain surgery.

Noel was left confined to a wheelchair, with loss of sight and living with a brain injury.

He was a very social man before his stroke but over times his friendships slipped away.

Noel joined the community at an Acquired Brain Injury Ireland Clubhouse and he found a tribe, acceptance and understanding.

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Isolation is an inevitable part of life for brain injury survivors but your generosity can help to turn this around.

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