About ABIRA

At ABIRA, the driving force behind our research programme is the desire to make interventions for people with Acquired Brain Injury even better, allowing many more people to resume the activities they did before they had a stroke.

Our research activity is focused on the identification, development and evaluation of therapies to enhance the normal everyday lives of people who have sustained what is known as Acquired Brain Injury. Participants in our studies may have a variety of diagnoses including: stroke, and traumatic brain injury.

 

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