Click here to go to the ABIL website

ABIL is a group of front-line professionals, policy makers, survivors of acquired brain injury and relatives and carers working to advance the brain injury agenda across London.


Click here to go to the Brain Nav website

The National Brain Injury Service Directory has been created to assist people with brain injury to find the right service at the right time on their journey through rehabilitation and beyond.


Click here to go to the EABIF website

The Essex Acquired Brain Injury Forum exists to help further the understanding of all aspects of acquired brain injury (ABI) and to work as an information and signposting resource throughout Essex.


Click here to go to the SABIN website

Surrey Acquired Brain Injury Network has been set up to provide opportunities for people with brain injury and their families or carers, to connect with useful information and people

Click here to go the Silverlinig website

‘The Silverlining offers unique hope by helping our service users rebuild their lives by helping others. We support our service users (Silverliners) to participate in and organise community based activities, events and challenges. Brain injury can be very isolating for the injured and those around them. With a focus on inclusion, our services are open to anyone affected by brain injury including the brain injured, family members, friends, carers and professionals working within the brain injury community.’


Click here to go to the UKABIF website

The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) is a membership organisation and charity which aims to promote the understanding of all aspects of acquired brain injury. The organisation was established in 1998 by a coalition of organisations working in the field of acquired brain injury who wished to improve awareness of ABI through education and information.

UKABIF is run by an executive committee of individuals who are elected by the membership.

SABIF is affiliated to UKABIF.