How to make a referral

We accept referrals to our services for people living with an acquired brain injury between the ages of 18 and 65.

Make a referral to our services

To refer someone to our services, download our referral form at the link below. Complete the form and return it to the Area Office for your county. Area Office details are listed at the bottom of this page.

You will also find a ‘Consent for Release of Information’ form at the end of the referral document. This must be signed by the person with acquired brain injury, or by their guardian if appropriate, and returned to us as part of the referral. Please note that we cannot process referrals without an attached ‘Consent to Release of Information’ form.

Forms can be sent to the Area Office by post or scanned and emailed to the relevant address.

Make a referral to the Step Ahead Plus vocational rehabilitation programme

We welcome self-referrals by survivors of brain injury for our Step Ahead Plus programme. Referrals can be made using our online form, or by downloading and returning a paper form by post.

When you apply for the programme you will need to include a document that confirms you have an acquired brain injury. Examples are a medical report or a discharge letter.

The online referral and paper referral forms can be found on the Step Ahead Plus page of this website.

Make a Referral

Download Referral Form

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