BASIC are working closely with After Matters, enabling monthly sessions to be held at the centre to help support young brain injury survivors aged 16-25 and their families.
After Matters aim to provide inclusion, support and sources of help for young (16-25) brain injury survivors and their families in the Greater Manchester area. There are four ways to learn about their work and connect with or contact the team:
  1. Website
  2. Facebook
  3. Instagram
  4. Twitter

After a brain injury, when you get back home from hospital, you realise the journey to recovery is only just beginning. Many brain injury survivors feel abandoned once they leave hospital and they just don’t know where to turn for help.

After Matters is available to help and support you if you have been impacted by brain injury, or if you are caring for a loved one with a brain injury. It can be overwhelming and you may feel like nobody understands, and you don’t know what to do, but you don’t have to fight this battle alone. The After Matters team have experienced brain injury within their families and they understand what you are going through.

Contact After Matters to talk, for support or advice on where to get help, or take a look at our Get Help section on the website – you are not alone!