Call for papers: ASSBI’s 43rd Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Perth, 7th – 9th May 2020

The Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) invites you to submit an abstract to be a part of the programme which will include 15-minute platform, 5-minute Datablitz’s, poster and 30 or 60 minute “How-To” Sessions drawn from abstracts covering all facets of brain impairment and rehabilitation. The conference will cover both clinical […]

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Helping People With ABI Without Making Them Helpless (ADL)

Brain Injury SA is excited to present: Working with individuals with behavioural challenges with Dr Tim Feeney. This seminar will be an informative and engaging professional development experience for people working in the brain injury field. People living with brain injury, family members and students are also encouraged to attend. When: Friday the 12th of […]

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Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Network (FUDCI-RN) RESEARCH MONDAY

You are invited to a Masters Proposal Presentation by Samitha Samanmalee Gowinnage Dona: Exploring outcomes of the SSAYiT transitioning program for youth with acquired brain injury or cognitive difficulties Monday 21st May 2018 9:30-10:30am Room S407A, South Wing, Sturt Campus, Flinders University, Bedford Park. See attached flyer for further details: Masters Proposals Flyer_Monday 21 May […]

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Brain Injury SA/Lifetime Support Authority – LSAdvance Evening 12th April

The Lifetime Support Authority (LSA) delivers the South Australian Government’s Lifetime Support Scheme (LSS). The LSA funds support for research, education and programs (REP) that can improve the treatment and care provided to participants in the Scheme. The list of REP grant recipients is on our website. “The LSA drives innovation in high quality treatment, […]

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Families4Families

Families4Families The Mission of Families4Families is to assist people with acquired brain injury and their families to build resilience and live a good life via our innovative, volunteer, peer based model of support. For information, resources, and calendar dates visit the Families4Families on http://families4families.org.au/

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