Carers provide on-going and much needed support and assistance to those with brain injuries

Caring for someone with a brain injury isn’t easy. A brain injury in the family can be devastating for everyone. It alters the dynamics of family relationships, and can put a massive strain on everyone who cares for the injured person.

After the shock of a traumatic injury, rehabilitation is a lengthy process and adjusting to the ‘new normal’ will take time.  But support is available for the injured person and those who care for them.

Brain Injury Group members work as closely with the families and carers as they do with the brain injured person – whether solicitors, case managers or financial advisers, they have the experience to offer practical and emotional support that is of real value to you.

How can the Brain Injury Group help you?

If you’ve been affected by brain injury and need free legal or welfare advice, there are several ways to get in touch:

  1. Call us on 0800 612 9660 or 01737 888571
  2. Email us at [email protected]
  3. Complete this short enquiry form and we’ll get back to you