ReNew Neurobehavioural Services is a joint venture between E.W. Tipping Foundation and Rehabilitation Australia using the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust’s UK model.
ReNew Neurobehavioural Services provides intensive rehabilitation in a community setting so that people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) can re-learn the skills they need to regain their independence.
The E.W. Tipping Foundation is a non-profit organisation that provides community support services across Victoria. Our vision is: Independence, Choice and Community for All.
Our services are flexible and individualised, and focus on the needs and choices of the person we are supporting. We provide a range of facility-based and community-based support services including residential and respite support, one-on-one support programs, support for children and families and programs to assist people to transition to independent living if that is their choice.
Find out more about the EW Tipping Foundation.
Rehabilitation Australia was established by Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT), and is a professional leader in ABI rehabilitation and research, and Europe’s largest provider of brain injury rehabilitation services. Our focus is on the development of useful skills and increased self-esteem through vocational training and work placement schemes.
BIRT is a division of The Disabilities Trust, a charitable organisation that provides services to people with a physical disability, learning disability and autism as well as brain injury. Our goal is to match their service to the needs of the client, thus maximising their potential to live a rewarding lifestyle within the wider community.
Find out more about BIRT.
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