Find out how Graham Anderson House helps people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) to live more independently.

Stephen's story

Stephen sustained a serious brain injury when he was involved in a motorbike accident. He was transferred to Graham Anderson House from an acute hospital. After fully engaging with his rehabilitation Stephen worked with the clinical team to achieve his goals and is now living in the community. Read Stephen's story.

Duncan's story

Duncan was 17 when he sustained a serious brain injury in a car accident in 2012. His rehabilitation goals were to move out of home and get his own place. He since moved to the Eastfields development which will help teach him the skills necessary to live on his own. Read Duncan's story.

Alisha's story

Alisha was the first service user to experience the “complete” service user journey at BIRT’s Graham Anderson House in Glasgow, progressing through pre-admission, assessment and rehabilitation, neurobehavioural rehabilitation, transitional living and outpatient services. Read Alisha's story.

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