ABI Rehabilitation New Zealand provides residential and community-based rehabilitation services for people with traumatic brain injury or stroke.


This page is for clients and families/ whānau it covers topics about head injury, acquired brain injury, concussion, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and stroke.
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ABI Rehab Programmes

This section of our website is for Funders and Health Professionals and covers how to make referrals as well as our rehabilitation programmes and contracts.
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ABI Rehabilitation New Zealand is committed to being part of growing the field of neuro-rehabilitation in New Zealand through scientific health research. 
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ABI Community Services

We now provide services to adults and children with ABI Community Services Ltd, a community based service formed in 2017 from ABI Rehabilitation and PRS Ltd.
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Hello and Welcome

ABI Rehabilitation is the leading provider of intensive rehabilitation in New Zealand with specialist centres in Auckland and Wellington. ABI provides comprehensive services for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and stroke.

Founded in 1996, ABI Rehabilitation was the first rehabilitation service in Australasia with CARF accreditation. In addition, it is the only ACC-contracted provider of intensive TBI rehabilitation in the North Island and Nelson/ Marlborough areas.

The ABI Experience

Nau mai haere mai ki ABI Rehabilitation
Ko tō mātou whainga ki a mahi i ngā mahi mauri ora mō ngā tangata me ngā whānau
e noho ana i raro o ngā parirau o ABI Rehabilitation.

Welcome to ABI Rehabilitation
Beneath the expanded wings of ABI Rehabilitation,
Our aim is to provide a holistic and nurturing approach that encompasses all aspects of well being for the benefit of our clients and their families.

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News and Events

Research opportunity

Seeking feedback on support for disabled people

Video from ACC

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New Entrance - ABI Rehabilitation Wellington

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Brain Storm - Heads together for concussion 2017

New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference

Changes at Wellington site

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