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The Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service

 

ABIOS is a specialist community-based rehabilitation service to enhance the service system for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and their families. Our mission is to assist people with ABI in Queensland, their families and carers to achieve an improved quality of life and community integration through increased independence, choice, opportunity and access to appropriate and responsive services.


 ABIOS's Role Includes:

 images from the community; city buildings, houses, shops, public transport

Direct Client Services
Improving community integration for clients with an ABI

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STEPS
Skills to Enable People and Communities

 ABI education materials

ABI Education
Providing formal and informal ABI training and consultancy and advice

     
 city and country puzzle pieces

Research and Development
Conducting community oriented ABI Research and Development activities

     

 

Contact ABIOS
abios@health.qld.gov.au

 


Last Updated: 12 September 2013
Last Reviewed: 12 September 2013



 

 


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