Wednesday, 4 November 2015
The Brain Injury Network of South Australia, has adopted a new name and brand that sees the organisation renamed to Brain Injury SA, coupled with a modern new look.
The changes were unveiled at Brain Injury SA’s Annual General Meeting held today (November 4) at the Hilton Adelaide, and were warmly welcomed by partners and members of the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) community.
Brain Injury SA’s new name and fresh new logo and colours have been adopted to better reflect the broad programs and services they offer the ABI community and their families.
CEO Nahtanha Davey said that it was an exciting time at the organisation and was thrilled to announce the new brand.
“We are the peak agency supporting the ABI community, not only across South Australia but now delivering services within the Northern Territory – we needed a brand that better reflects who we are and what we offer our community.”
“There is incredible breadth to what we do for people living with ABI and gone are the days when we were known as purely a network group – we now deliver an extensive range of services and programs. The new brand reflects this diversity.”
“It is an incredibly exciting time for us. We are particularly pleased about now having a brand that immediately says who we are and far better reflects our rapid evolution as an organisation.”
“Thanks to local graphic designers Studio(c, we have a modern and striking new look, new colours, coupled with our new name, and I am thrilled to unveil the new brand to our community.”
The new brand can be seen in the 2014–15 Brain Injury SA Annual Report, which was tabled at the AGM, and is downloadable from below.