Experiencing an acquired brain injury (ABI) can send your life in a whole new direction. It can be sudden, happen to anyone and it can impact your life and those around you in many ways.
MCM’s Compass program is a support group run by and for people with an ABI. The group offers support for you to choose how you’d like to live your life. Through Compass, you can connect with other people who know what it’s like to live with an ABI and learn from and support each other.
Compass is based in Melbourne’s inner-northern suburbs at our Thornbury site.
Get in touch with our Central Support Team on 1800 343 287 to find out more about Compass and if it’s right for you.
Compass has helped me to accept what has happened to me, and to realise that I
still have a lot to offer society at large. It has given me the incentive to learn new skills and to come to terms with the changes in my mind/brain.
Learn from Warren’s experiences of life before and after his ABI, and how Compass supported him, in his own words.