We use our experience and expertise across a range of interest areas to try and influence long-term, strategic change to improve the lives of our service users, those who can't necessarily access our core services (such as prisoners and those in the homeless community) along with their families and carers.


We attend a number of different events, but also host events of our own:


November - Expert Roundtable for Brain Injury and Domestic Abuse

July - Smart Home Technology and the Future of Social Care Round Table

June - MP Brain Injury Screening Day in Westminster

February - Launch of Making the Link: Female Offending and Brain Injury


November - The Disabilities Trust's Dr Ivan Pitman meets with MPs to discuss brain injury in prison

October - The Disabilities Trust attended the launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury's 'Time for Change' Report in Parliament

Group membership

We have worked with or are members of the following groups:

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG)

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Alliance

Criminal Justice and Acquired Brain Injury Interest Group (CJABIIG)

All Party Parliamentary Group on Brain Injury

Care and Support Alliance

Independent Neurobehavioural Providers Alliance (INPA)


For more information: