Acquired Brain Injury Services Limited
A specialist service supporting independence for people with acquired brain injury.
Acquired Brain Injury Services’ (ABI Services) mission is to provide a specialist support service which maximises the ability of individuals who have an acquired brain injury, to live independently in their own homes, participate in their local community and be a respected valuable member of society.
ABI Services are a specialist service supporting independence for people with an Acquired Brain Injury.
ABI Services will help you with an NDIS plan that identifies the goals you wish to achieve and supports you require. We help people to live the life THEY choose.
ABI Services is the largest specialist Acquired Brain Injury service in NSW. We provide a variety of services to meet your individual needs to achieve your goals and aspirations in life.
We are approved providers for NDIS, Lifetime Care and Support and NSW Family and Community Service, Ageing and Disability.
ABI Therapy Services provides a comprehensive range of Occupational Therapy Services to suit your individual needs.
As specialists in acquired brain injury, we understand how unique each person’s goals are and so we provide therapy services to assist you to achieve more in areas of your daily living.
Here at ABI Services we encourage people with ABI to participate in leisure and recreation activities, recognising that every individual can achieve many benefits from active and social participation.
We provide support for you to participate in individual or group activities – the choice is yours.
ABI Services is an approved registered provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
As a participant in the Scheme you will need to have an individualised plan that identifies the outcomes you wish to achieve, the disability supports that will be funded by the NDIS, and other supports you require.
About ABI Services
Acquired Brain Injury Services is a not for profit specialist service for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI). We have been providing support to people with ABI since 1986.
Our aim is to support people with an acquired brain injury to live the life they choose.
As a brain injury is different for each person, our support is tailored to suit each individual’s needs.
We support and promote independence for people with an ABI. We do this through appropriate and quality service provision, therapy services, plan management and case management.
We also provide opportunities for socialisation and community integration with appropriate and quality support.