Our Annual Reports reflect on the progress made each year as we continue our work for people impacted by brain injury.
We celebrate our achievements across the organisation – from major projects to everyday activities, working together towards shared goals. We also acknowledge important experiences and meaningful relationships we have built throughout the year as we look ahead to our future together.
2019 Annual Report
Expanding Connections as Synapse - Australia's Brain Injury Organisation.
2018 Annual Report
Learn about Synapse's achievements during 2017/18 as we work together with individuals, communities, stakeholders and partners to Rethink Brain Injury nationally.
2016 Annual Report
2016 was another exciting year for Synapse. We finalised our unification with BIANSW, continued our vital research delivered, our support of those affected by brain injury.
2015 Annual Report
2015 was one of Synapse's biggest years yet! Our Annual Report celebrates everything the Synapse community, our supporters and partners, have achieved over the past 12 months.
2013 Annual Report
The 2013 Synaspe Annual Report covers the achievements of the Synapse community, our supporters and partners, have achieved over the past 12 months.
2012 Annual Report
We are pleased to present the annual report 2012. Through this report you will see how we have built on 2011 by aligning our client management and service delivery functions through consolidating our workflow processes. This has been facilitated by the development of infrastructure, improving our business systems and supporting our team.
2011 Annual Report
Natural disasters, national awareness projects, and everything in-between; through challenge comes opportunity, and the Synapse team has been working extremely hard to close the gap for those most at-risk in the community.
2010 Annual Report
This year, Synapse (formerly the Brain Injury Association of Queensland Inc.) has undergone dramatic change, building Organisational capacity and engaging with stakeholders in a way we never believed possible. Synapse continues to challenge generic disability models with experience and a strong evidence base.
2009 Annual Report
It has been a year of achievement for the Brain Injury Association of Queensland Inc (BIAQ). We have increased the scope of our services while solidifying our model of practice through solid strategic direction and a culture of continuous improvement.
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