A range of different groups to support people with acquired brain injury (ABI) in their journey of understanding, acceptance and wellbeing.
This Service is for:
Adjusting to the impact of brain injury takes time and the opportunity to gather information at a speed you can absorb it. Adjustment can be greatly assisted by working through things with others who have had a similar experience of injury or who have specialist therapeutic knowledge to guide you.
Brain Injury SA (BISA) offers a range of different groups to support you in your journey of understanding and acceptance, some time limited and some ongoing to provide you with a social platform to check in and learn new skills to enhance your wellbeing.
These groups are jointly funded by the Lifetime Support Authority and BISA and currently are:
RTP – Reconnect Transition Program
A ten-week program of education and support.
yRTP – youth Reconnect Transition Program
A Reconnect, Transition Program for young people under 25.
VRTP – Virtual Reconnect Transition Program
An online program that operates ten months of the year, bringing people with shared experience of brain injury together online for a virtual program based on RTP.
BISE Group – Brain Injury Support and Education Group
Participants can come together monthly for a relaxed program of learning and sharing of practical tips for managing challenges associated with acquired brain injury and improving wellbeing.