The difference we make

If your life was derailed by brain injury, you’d like to know there were people who could help you get it back on track. Each year, we support hundreds of people impacted by brain injury to rebuild and live fuller, more independent lives with confidence. Their stories and experiences help us understand the reality of living with an acquired brain injury and drive us to do our job better every day.

Emma’s Story

Emma was only 16 when she tried to take her own life. That is when her life changed forever.

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Summer Appeal – Marty’s Story

Father’s Day forever changed Marty’s life, it went from celebration to a life-altering event. His son, Kieran, found Marty unconscious. He had suffered a brain haemorrhage that morning.

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Paul’s Story

My name is Paul Farrell, and I had a stroke five days before Christmas 2019. I thought my life was over.

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Marguerite’s Story

Marguerite was wife to DJ and mother of three children. It was on the sidelines of her daughter’s camogie match, that she suffered a brain haemorrhage.

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John’s Story

When John suffered a stroke in 2017 he found himself placed in a nursing home. He was 49 years old.

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Larry’s Story

Larry was left unable to talk following a stroke in 2015. He has a story worth sharing.

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