Accommodation Synapse Options Information and Referral Get Involved Need to know Blog Social Brain Injury and Brain Disorders Over 2 million Australians are affected with some form of Brain Disorder - that's over 1... Positive Behaviour Support The wide variety of strategies available within the Positive Behaviour Support approach give us... Guardianship and Administration Orders This document is aimed at anyone who is involved with the care or wellbeing of an adult with an... What is mental illness? Mental illness is a term that refers to a group of disorders that impact on a person's... Domestic violence and Brain Injury Despite increasing publicity of domestic violence there is still little public awareness of just... 27 Nov Personal Story: Warren Percival Back in 2008 I was living and working in Abu Dhabi (U.A.E) with my family. We were living an... 24 Nov Walking the Camino for Stroke Support In September this year Les Clarence walked 800km along the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de... 23 Nov Singing Success The Mamas & the Mamas is a local community choir in Boronia Park, Sydney, founded in 2009... 20 Nov Personal Story: Eating in Public Written by Maria Goncet. I don't like to eat in public as I have to wear an apron... 10 Nov Walan Giiny exhibition On Saturday 7th November the State Library of Queensland launched the Walan Giiny (strong heart)... See all blogs Synapse - Reconnecting Lives About Synapse Reconnecting the lives of over 2 million Australians affected by Brain Disorders. First and foremost, we are a social enterprise striving to reconnect the lives of those most at risk within the community - those affected by a Brain Disorder. We believe that anyone affected by a Brain Disorder is entitled to lead a life of quality, based on their own decisions and choices. To ensure this happens, we have developed the necessary services and resources to support those seeking assistance to achieve their goals. Our objective is to see specialist and individualised services made available to all in need; no matter where they live, or the culture they belong to. more Donate Now Support young people with Brain Injury. Get the facts What is a Brain Disorder?