Making a Referral

We are committed to support individuals affected by brain injury

Anyone, whether professional or non-professional, can refer individuals to our services. Once we receive a referral, we will acknowledge it within 10 days. With your permission, we may request evidence of brain injury from a medical professional.

Referrals will be directed to one of our Information & Outreach Officers, who will arrange a meeting with the person affected by the brain injury and/or their carer/family member. During this meeting, our officer will conduct an initial needs assessment, provide information resources, and offer further details about our services.

When completing the referral form, please provide as much information as possible and fill out as many sections as you can. If we determine that the person is not suitable for our service, we will still assist by suggesting appropriate alternative organisations.

Please consider if the person meets the following criteria:

  • The person has a diagnosed acquired/traumatic brain injury (or a carer of)

  • The brain injury occurred within the last 10 years

  • The brain injury was sustained when the individual was 16 or over

  • The brain injury is the main cause of problems

Unfortunately, we cannot accept:

  • People who have a progressive illness

  • People with a brain injury that was sustained at birth

  • Individuals under the age of 16

  • People who have sustained a brain injury from a ischaemic stroke.

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