Synapse is Australia’s Brain Injury Organisation. Synapse provides a range of support services for people who have been impacted by brain injury and disability to help at every stage of their journey.
Synapse’s services promote quality of life, self-determination, and choice through information, specialist support and targeted research activities. The Synapse team supports individuals and organisations at every stage of their journey with practical solutions to the everyday challenges associated with brain injury. Synapse services for those impacted by brain injury include advocacy, support coordination, housing, information and referral, and support groups. Synapse also works with organisations to deliver training that helps them better understand the needs of people impacted by brain injury.
Our services include:
- NDIS Pre-Planning
- Support Coordination
- Specialist Support Coordination
- NDIS Appeals (NSW)
- Housing Options
- Assistance with Daily Living
- Transport Support
- Assistance with Social and Community Participation
- Increased Social and Community Participation
- Improved Daily Living
We offer culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, including Specialist Disability Accommodation, Support Coordination and NDIS planning tools.
Yarn Up Employment.
Aboriginal people can sometimes experience challenges when connecting with and engaging services. These challenges often occur when services are developed without connection to local culture and community.
Community Living Initiative.
A safe place of belonging for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples with a disability in Carins