ABI Navigation

For people who have suffered an acquired brain injury.

The ABI Navigation project is about supporting people who have suffered an acquired brain injury at the point of hospital discharge and helping them with setting and achieving their long term goals.

It all starts with a conversation where we will discuss your brain injury, the impact that it has had on your life and what your long term goals are. We will then develop a plan to help you achieve your goals and will help you with taking the initial steps for it.

I feel optimistic now. I’m definitely more confident with my injury. I had been so reluctant to let anyone know, but I learned that you shouldn’t be; it’s there and you’re getting the help.

Graeme H

Support with

Accessing local services

The ABI Navigator can also help you to access local services that may be useful such as:

  • Taxi Cards
  • Dial-a-ride
  • Freedom Pass
  • Benefits
  • Disability Law Service

Support for

Family members and carers

As well as affecting the individual who suffers from it, an acquired brain injury can have a profound impact on the family unit around them.

If your loved one has suffered an acquired brain injury, we understand that you require support too.

Support with

Understanding the impact

The ABI Navigation project will support you with understanding the impact of a brain injury and will help you with developing strategies to overcome some of the barriers that you might face.

The ABI Navigation project will also give you an opportunity to meet others who share a similar journey to you.


If you would like further information on the ABI Navigation project or would like to have a conversation with the team about accessing it, please contact us using the following information:

 Telephone: 0207 307 2570