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Home - Welcome to arbias. We provide support services for people with acquired brain injury. Find more information online.

  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us.html About Us - Arbias is a not-for-profit national company that support people with acquired brain injury. Find out more online.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/vision.html Vision - The arbias vision is 'enabling our people and our partners to achieve their very best'. Find out more about arbias by visiting our website.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/strategic-plan.html Strategic Plan - A copy of the arbias strategic plan can be downloaded on the website. Please contact us if you have trouble downloading the file.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/history-of-arbias-ltd.html History - Arbias was formed in 1989, it now has over 40 employees and have locations in both Victoria and New South Wales.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/organisational-chart.html Organisational Chart - Visit this page to view the arbias organisational chart. The chart will give you a better understanding of our structure.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/staff.html Executive Managers - These are the arbias senior managers. Each plays an important role in the growth of this organisation. Find out more online.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/arbias-service-user-council.html arbias Service User Council - In 2010, the abias Service User Advisory Council was formed. This dedicated team share a passion and vision for improving community services. Find out more online.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/governance.html Governance - These are the people who ensure arbias continues to grow and improve services and public understanding. Visit the arbias website to find out more.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/lifetime-friends-of-arbias-ltd.html Lifetime Friends - Lifetime Friends of arbias is an acknowledgement awarded by the board of directors for making a substantial contribution to people with alcohol or other substance related brain impairment.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/annual-reports.html Annual Reports - Find copies of the arbias annual reports online, which can be downloaded using the links avialble.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/hr-strategy.html HR Strategy - A copy of the human resource strategy can be downloaded online. Simply click on the links provided to download the PDF.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/quality-framework.html Quality Framework - This page contains information regarding the Department of Human Services Victoria. Follow the link for more details.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/complaints.html Complaints - If you have a complaint or compliment about any aspect of the service we provide, feel free to contact abias directly. A member of our team will respond as soon as they can.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/partners.html Partners - Arbias appreciates the support of the following people, companies, organisations, groups and Government departments. Please visit our website to see the entire list.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/about-us/privacy-policy.html Privacy Policy - Feel free to review our entire privacy policy. It covers the collection and distribution of information, and cookie/tracking technology.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services.html Services - arbias provides a range of services for people with acquired brain injury. For more information, please visit the arbias website.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/victoria.html Victoria - Take some time to review the individual services available in Victoria. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact arbias directly.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/victoria/flexible-support.html Flexible Outreach - Our support service is facilitated by a team of staff who specialise in providing support at each level of the program offered. Find out more now.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/victoria/accommodation.html Housing - Arbias allows individuals with an acquired brain injury (ABI) the opportunity to live in supported, semi supported and independent living accommodation.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/victoria/community-programs.html Community Programs - arbias‘ community programs are based on the individual needs of people living in Supported Residential Services (SRSs) across Melbourne. Visit our website for more information.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/victoria/neuropsychology-npais.html Neuropsychology (NPAIS) - arbias has provided specialised neuropsychological services since our establishment in 1990. Please visit our website for more information.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/new-south-wales.html New South Wales - The following services are available in New South Wales. Take some time to browse each page to find the information you need.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/new-south-wales/access.html Access - In July 2010, arbias commenced planning for the implementation of services to people with an ABI state-wide throughout New South Wales. Find out more online.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/new-south-wales/case-management-nsw.html Case Management (NSW) - arbias case management services provide the appropriate level of intervention necessary to enhance life style and to empower the individual and their family in accessing and utilising available community resources.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/new-south-wales/neurobehavioural-assessment.html Neurobehavioural Assessment - arbias uses the invaluable information obtained from neuropsychological assessment to determine how best to tailor support and intervention.
  • http://www.arbias.org.au/index.php/services/new-south-wales/occupational-therapy.html Occupational Therapy - Occupational therapy services through arbias are provided within the community, meaning either in the person’s home or within other relevant community based environments.

    Country:, Oceania, AU

    City: 144.9544 Victoria, Australia

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