Tasmanian Acquired Brain Injury Service Inc. (TAS)

Acronym: 
TABIS

TABIS aims to provide - prevention, rehabilitation, and networks for people with an acquired brain injury.The Service provides a variety of centre and community based educational, social, and recreational activities and service development directed toward the prevention and management of neurological injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents, surgery, sporting accidents, stroke etc. The Service provides rehabilitation services to people with an acquired brain injury by assisting the individual to achieve agreed rehabilitation or lifestyle outcomes and goals which are realistic, achievable, and satisfactory to the individual concerned. The Service also endeavours to facilitate the provision of , professional and general appropriate support for people with an acquired brain injury, their family and carers.

Contact
Contact name: 
Allan Johnson
Manager
Phone 1: 
(03) 6331 4322
Fax: 
(03) 6331 0305
Address
Postal Address: 
PO Box 1996
LAUNCESTON
7250
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair - ring front doorbell assistance may be required
Opening hours: 
9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Disabilities: 
Physical, head injuries, acquired brain injury
Activities: 
Recreation, leisure activities, social activities, Psychocosocial Rehabilitation, case management, family conferences, mentoring program, rural/remote outreach
Service details
Fees: 
On Application
Area: 
North Tasmania, local government areas of - Break O'Day, George Town, Glamorgan,
Clients: 
Individuals with ABI and their families
Funding: 
DHHS MAIB
Resources: 
Information, rehabilitation, support groups

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