ABI Wise App launched

March 15, 2019

An App made by people with acquired brain injury for people with brain injury, their loved ones, and everyone else.

Last Friday, 15th of March, Brain Injury Matters launched a unique lived experience ABI App with the goal of strengthening connections and sharing information within the ABI community and beyond.

ABI Wise offers:

*Information about brain injuries from people who have a brain injury

*Weekly tips on how to live well with a brain injury

*Personal Stories

*Guided meditations developed by people with an ABI for people with an ABI

*And more…

The ABI Wise App is FREE and is available from Google Play and the App Store

ABI Wise info on Google Play
ABI Wise info page on Google Play

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