We have put together an array of website links to organisations that you may find of use.
West Sussex ABI Network
The West Sussex ABI Network aims to provide news and information about brain injury in West Sussex, to assess development opportunities, to help develop integrated services and pathways and to provide a learning resource for brain injury.
Kent ABI Forum (BIF)
Previously known as KABIF, BIF is affiliated to UKABIF and work in partnership with UKABIF as well regional ABIFs, Headway , Neurological Alliance and other organisations to promote better services for people with acquired brain injuries and neuro rehabilitation needs and long term conditions.
SEABIF (SE of England)
The South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum has been set up to provide opportunities for people with acquired brain injury and their families or carers to connect with useful information and people. The group covers Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Dorset, Wiltshire and Berkshire.
Headway Surrey is a Surrey-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury. It provides support, services and information to brain injury survivors, their families & carers, as well as to professionals, counselling, group sessions, individual sessions, courses, lunch and learns, coffee mornings, Drop-ins and helpline.
Headway has developed the Approved Provider scheme, an accreditation scheme open to residential care settings. This includes NHS and independent hospitals, neuro-rehabilitation units, residential and nursing homes and respite facilities, specialising in acquired brain injury (ABI).
The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) aims to promote better understanding of all aspects of ABI; to educate, inform and provide networking opportunities for professionals, service providers, planners and policy makers and to campaign for better services in the UK.
BABICM (British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers ) aims to promote the development of case Management in the field of acquired brain injury. BABICM represents the professional interests and concerns of case managers who work with those who have suffered an acquired brain injury or other complex condition which requires co-ordinated rehabilitation, care and support.