View of the Brain Disorders Unit through the sensory gardenView of the Brain Disorders Unit through the sensory gardenView of the Brain Disorders Unit through the sensory garden

Clinics & services

Brain disorders

Brain disorders program

We care for and treat people aged 16 to 65 who are experiencing mental health difficulties or behavioural challenges caused by brain injury or neurodegenerative disease.

About us

We care for people with acquired brain injuries (ABI) or neurodegenerative disorders (such as Parkinson’s or motor neurone disease) who are experiencing:

  • mental health difficulties
  • behavioural change as a result of acquired brain injury.

Our services

Our Brain Disorders Program (BDP) provides the following services:

  • ABI Behaviour Consultancy, a community-based behaviour support service for individuals with an acquired brain injury
  • Community brain disorders assessment and treatment service (CBDATS), a community mental health service assisting people with an acquired brain injury and mental health difficulties
  • Brain Disorders Unit (Mary Guthrie House) which cares for patients with an acquired brain injury and mental health difficulties
  • Step 2 Transitional Unit, for people building the skills needed to live in the community

Our clinics

We run the following clinic:

Find out more about clinic times and bookings.

Referrals

Find out more about our BDP information and referral service.

Contact us

Brain Disorders Program

Phone: 03 9490 7366

Email: bdpv@austin.org.au

Location

Brain Disorders Program
Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre
1 Yarra Boulevard
Kew, Victoria 

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