Brain Injury Matters (BIM) is a self-advocacy and community education organisation run by and for people with acquired brain injuries.
The Brain Injury Matters new two-year Strategic Direction sets out our key priorities. It’s development has involved our members to the greatest possible extent given the very challenging pandemic which we are all experiencing.
You can view the Strategic Direction here…requires Acrobat reader
BIM has as its principal objectives:
- Empowering people living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) through facilitating self-advocacy and providing peer support.
- Raising awareness about effects of acquired brain injury through community education.
- Providing support to alleviate the isolation and marginalisation experienced by people living with acquired brain injury.
- Giving a voice to people with acquired brain injury to inform local, state and national bodies around relevant issues.
BIM, has over 20 years’ experience in supporting people with brain injuries to come together, share experiences and raise awareness of ABI within the broader community