People living with acquired brain injury can be socially isolated. We support people to access networks, activities and services in the community.


The TABIS team

TABIS Services

  • Case management.

  • Developing services to prevent and manage ABI.

  • Facilitating access to and involvement in community-based educational, social and recreational options.

  • Physical and psychosocial rehabilitation to help people set and achieve realistic, achievable and satisfying lifestyle goals.

  • Developing support networks for people living with ABI and their families.

  • Facilitating family conferences to work through issues relating to ABI.

  • Matching people with similar physical and psychological functioning so they can support one another.

TABIS programs

  • Exercise

    This program helps you stay strong, healthy and as independent as you can be. Our accredited exercise physiologists will work with you to develop your own fitness/rehabilitation program.

  • Education

    Interactive education programs focusing on the prevention, causes and outcomes of acquired brain injury:

    HU2BI – Heads up to brain injury– an interactive program aimed at year nine and 10 students

    Custody for life – designed for children at risk of entering the criminal justice system

    Community education – informs organisations, companies and government entities about how to maximise outcomes for people living with acquired brain injury.

  • Art

    Learn painting, drawing, jewellery making and pottery from professional artists.

  • Carers’ program

    Join others who support people living with an acquired brain injury. We meet every second month to share, learn and gain support from those facing similar challenges.

Need to talk?

Want to chat with someone about support for someone living with acquired brain injury?

Email us at or call us on (03) 6326 2022.