Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) services

IPC Health provides case management services for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) in the Western suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria.

What does an ABI Case Manager do?

A Case Manager will help people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) connect with relevant support and services, become more independent and help with future planning.

Case Management is a short term (maximum 6 months) goal based service. There is no fee for this service.

Who can use this ABI Case Management service?

People who:

– live in the Western Metropolitan region of Melbourne

– have a primary diagnosis of ABI

– have evidence of an ABI (not including degenerative neurological disorders)

– are aged 18 to 65 years and

– do not have compensation for the injury

How do I make a referral for ABI Case Management?

Phone the ABI Case Management Intake Worker on 03 9296 1347 to make a referral or fill in and send in the ABI form below.

ABI form word doc (968KB)

ABI form pdf doc (153KB)

Referrals can be made by the person with the injury, a family member, a carer or a professional.

 Community Access West

What is an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)?

Acquired Brain Injury is an injury of the brain as a result of:

– a fall

– an assault

– an accident

– a stroke

– lack of oxygen to the brain

– an infection in the brain

– other medical conditions

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