Accommodation Synapse Options Information and Referral NDIS Services Need to know Blog Social Brain Injury and Brain Disorders Over the years a brain injury has been called many things including, head damage, Acquired... Positive Behaviour Support The wide variety of strategies available within the Positive Behaviour Support approach give us... Brain injury rehab: an introduction The degree of recovery after a brain injury is strongly influenced by rehabilitation - the... Managing fatigue after a brain injury Fatigue is a common and very disabling symptom experienced by people with a brain injury. It... Brain Injury and the Justice System People with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) are significantly over-represented in the criminal... 08 May Graduation in the long-game Twelve years ago Pam came off her motorbike in a severe accident. Experiencing a... 07 Mar Decommissioning of the Speakers Bureau Synapse has recently made the decision to decommission the Speakers Bureau Program. This has been... 01 Feb My Disability Matters Disability advocate Dale Reardon has recently launched a website called My Disability Matters. The... 08 Dec BANGONABEANIE comes to an end ...but the fight for awareness continues in 2016. After 5 years of campaigning to... 07 Dec Personal Story: Kerrin Shortis Dancing for Exercise and Better Health Written by Kerrin Shortis In 2000, as a former... See all blogs Synapse - Reconnecting Lives About Synapse Reconnecting the lives of over 2 million Australians affected by brain injuries. First and foremost, we strive to reconnect the lives of those most at risk within the community - those affected by a brain injury. We believe that anyone affected by brain injury should be 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 those living with brain injuries. Provide feedback Compliments and complaints.