The Southern Area Brain Injury Service (SABIS) provides a confidential service to individuals, and the families of those who have sustained a brain injury. This involves comprehensive assessments and co-ordination of rehabilitation goals in the Transitional Living Unit, and within the community via our outreach program.
SABIS is not a crisis service.
Referrals will be considered for people who;
- Have a primary diagnosis of traumatic or acquired brain injury
- Aged between 3- 65 years
- Reside in the Southern NSW Local Health District
- Are medically stable
- Are willing to participate in a rehabilitation program
- Transitional Living Unit (TLU) is a residential stay located in Goulburn. Clients are supported with their day to day living needs in addition to engaging in therapy sessions. Clients have access to a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Speech Pathologist, Psychologist and Living Skills Educators to help meet their rehabilitation goals. This service is open to clients across the entire district.
- Case management services are available for both paediatric and adult clients. The case manager will assist in the coordination of the individuals rehabilitation plan and, work alongside those involved in an individual’s treatment such as schools, workplaces, care agencies, insurance agencies, and medical specialists.
Referrals can be made by individuals, families, carers, medical practitioners or other service providers via the referral form below, or contacting the service directly.
Early referral of potential clients is recommended
Acknowledgement of Country – SABIS acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia. We pay our respects to their Elder’s past, present and emerging