Brain Injury Matters
(BIM)
is a not for profit self-advocacy organisation that aims to empower people living with an acquired brain injury (ABI).

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Brain Injury Matters (BIM) is a self-advocacy and community education organisation run by and for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). All office bearers and committee of management members have ABI. As a Disabled People's Organisation, we are a voice of people living with ABI in Victoria.

Formed over 20 years ago, BIM was the first incorporated ABI self-advocacy organisation entirely led by people with ABI in Australia. Originally known as Bear In Mind, the organisation was incorporated on the 25th October 1999.

Our Vision:

People with Acquired Brain Injury lead dignified and meaningful lives in an inclusive community

Our Mission:

To support and empower people to advocate for themselves and enhance the lives of other people with Acquired Brain Injury.

What is an ABI?

ABI Wise App

Online Coffee Mornings

Peer Support Groups

Workshops

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What does BIM mean to you?

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