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