Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

Any form of brain damage that happens after birth is referred to as acquired brain injury (ABI). Infection, illness, a lack of oxygen, or a trauma to the head can all cause brain injury.

Over half of all persons with an ABI who have their activities restricted or limited are over 45. One-third of individuals surveyed are over 65 years old. The most common age range is 40 to 49, and males have greater rates than females at all ages except those aged 80 and older.


Specialised Staff


Dr Stephen Strange

Stephen is an expert in his field when it comes to ABI. Through years of lived experience with participants, he delivers unrivalled care.

Sylvie Wakanda

Sylvie is one of two of our Support Workers specialising in ABI. After attaining her Certificate IV in Disability, she went on to develop immaculate interpersonal skills to help her interact with particiapnts

Jane Smith

Jane has been with us since day one and is the backbone of our care system. Hosting all of our individual and group therapy sessions.


SSSA is a major supplier of evidence-based therapy, as well as quality-of-life programmes and services for persons with neurological and physical disorders, including acquired brain injury.

Our fully certified exercise physiologists and personal trainers will work with you to design a strength, flexibility, and endurance training programme so that each individual may achieve and maintain the physical fitness they require to live life to the fullest.

Our knowledgeable Life Skills Coaches are here to help you every step of the way. They're pros at putting together new experiences and chances for you to meet new people, acquire new skills, and, most importantly, grow your independence.


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