Acquired brain injury refers to any injury that occurs to the brain after birth. There can be many possible causes, including assault, accidents, tumours and strokes.

BrainLife provides counselling and support for people with acquired brain injury through our group therapy activities and income generating programmes. We focus on a range of cognitive behavioural therapy techniques, as well as physical arts and crafts.

At BrainLife, we believe there is life after brain injury. This is why we help our members to acquire new skills and secure a sustainable livelihood through our income generating projects.


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Wilgers (Pretoria East)

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BrainLife Mamelodi


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Group therapy sessions
(3 days per week, from 08:30 to 15:30)

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Support groups for people living with acquired brain injury, as well as for their loved ones.

Our group therapy sessions and support groups help people who are struggling with the devastating effects of acquired brain injury by empowering them to become as independent as possible and improve their overall mental health and wellbeing.

We also provide relief and support for the affected loved ones of people with acquired brain injury, by equipping them with the necessary skills and tools necessary to deal with its far-reaching effects.