Help with accessing your needs in community and doing the things you want to be able to do socially.
This Service is for:
People living with acquired brain injury (ABI) may identify things they want to do in the community or with others that they find difficult due to their disability.
Sometimes this is about feeling safe to participate and sometimes it is because what you want is not available to you. It may be just that you need some assistance to do what you want to do or go where you want to go.
Social and Community Participation services at Brain Injury SA (BISA) can be:
- Individualised support to help you do things in the community or with others for which you need some assistance
- Attending groups or activities provided by BISA
- Extending the work you are doing in therapy through supported practice in the community
- Help through advocacy and guidance to address barriers to social and community access
BISA endeavours to provide a range of services that will assist people living with acquired brain injury enjoy a fulfilled life, some of which may be free and some of which can be funded under your NDIA plan or other funding source.