Brain Injury South Australia

An organistation which supports people living with an acquired brain injury. Identifying needs and delivering specialised services where appropriate.


Services offered:

Support Groups:

NDIS Link:

Parkinson’s SA

Parkinson’s SA provides support, education and information to people living with Parkinson’s and other movement disorders, their carers, family, the community and health professionals.


Services offered: A range of services are offered, including face to face counselling and a 24 hour support line, support groups, information and resources, seminars, education and referrals.

Stroke Foundation

The Stroke Foundation partners with the community to prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery by raising awareness, facilitating research and supporting stroke survivors.


EnableMe is a Stroke Foundation website dedicated to stroke recovery and support. There are loads of tips, tricks and tools that have been shared by other stroke survivors.


Have you or a loved one, friend or colleague experienced a stroke? Do you wish you could find people who understand? People who you can share stories with? People who may be able to answer your questions?

South Australian Stroke Survivors (SASS)

SASS (South Australian Stroke Survivors) has been created as a safe hub for stroke survivors and their loved ones to enable them to connect and share experiences and challenges that they have encountered along their journey to recovery.

Find us on Facebook:

Discover local stroke support groups across Australia, powered by stroke survivors and carers who want to see the benefits of peer support made available to as many people as possible.

Some groups cater for everyone in a local area, while others cater for particular age groups and interests. There are groups for people with aphasia, and groups for carers.

SA Stroke Support Groups

*Please note that the groups and contact details listed below may change. For the most up to date information please visit the Stroke Foundation website:

Murray Mallee Adult Communication Group

Meets Wednesday 11 am – 12 noon.

Murray Mallee Community Health Service


Phone (08) 8535 6800

Morphett Vale Talkback Group

Meets Thursday 9.45–11.00 am (during school terms).

ECH Southern Wellness, 126 Pimpala Rd, Morphett Vale, SA 5162


Coralie Hayley,

Phone (08) 8322 5700

Flinders Stroke Support Group

Meets 1st Wednesday each month, 1–2.30 pm.

Flinders Medical Centre, Bedford Park, in the new Rehabilitation Building, Teal Room 1, located on the 4th Floor.

New members please contact the group coordinator prior to attending the meeting.


Viv Wilson, phone 0414 604 234

Northern Fleurieu Stroke Support Group

Meets on the second Thursday each month.


Wil Swart, phone 8326 2668 or 0421 410 427

Hove Talkback Group

Meets Tuesday, 10–11.30 am (during school terms).

Alwyndor Aged Care, 52 Dunrobin Rd, Hove SA

Coralie Hayley

Phone (08) 8177 3277

Central Support Group Adelaide

Meets 4th Tuesday of the month, 10.30 am.

Parkinson's SA, 25 King William Rd, Unley


Phone 08 8352 4644

Western Support Group Adelaide

Meets 1st Thursday of the month, 11 am.

Hospital Research Foundation, 62 Woodville Road, Woodville


Phone 08 8352 4644

Acacia Court Talkback Group

Meets Fridays, 9.30–11.30 am.

Day Therapy Centre, Acacia Court, 81 Tapleys Hill Road

Christina Degioia,
Phone (08) 8243 1844

Paradise Resthaven Communication group

Meets Wednesday 1.30–3.30 pm.

Resthaven Therapy Services, 61 Silkes Road, Paradise

Jeff Smith, (08) 8337 4371

Brain Foundation

A-Z Disorders

The Brain Foundation’s A-Z of Brain Disorders aims to provide a resource for people newly-diagnosed with brain-related disorders, their friends and relatives, and health professionals.

The directory contains basic information, reviewed by medical experts, about the condition and where to turn for additional information and for support.


Butterfly Hour - Brain Injury Support Group

Butterfly Hour is hosted by TBI survivor and founder of The Orange Butterfly Lauren Spear. An opportunity for those impacted by brain injury to come together once a month and reconnect in nature. Everyone is welcome and the hour is yours. There are special guest speakers on the agenda from time to time.

When: The last Saturday of every Month

Where: The Adelaide Botanical Gardens, North Terrace Adelaide Time: 10:00am-11:00am

Please see the Facebook page for details of the next Butterfly Hour:

If you are not on Facebook please contact Ginta for details of the next Butterfly Hour 0419844511

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