Webinar being held via Zoom: “Learning after brain injury” 29/11

The Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) invites you to this 90 minute webinar on “Learning after brain injury”. It can be WATCHED LIVE and WATCHED ON DEMAND. It is being presented by Caroline van Heugten from Maastricht, The Netherlands while she is in Australia. About the Speaker: The webinar will feature Caroline […]

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Brain Injury Australia’s National Brain Injury Conference (Mel)

Brain Injury Australia’s 7th National Brain Injury Conference will be held, in partnership with the Melbourne Disability Institute. Founded in 1986, Brain Injury Australia is the nation’s peak advocacy organisation representing the over 700,000 Australians living with a brain injury. Alongside providing policy advice to Commonwealth, State and Territory governments, and representing consumers on a […]

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7th National Brain Injury Conference (MEL)

Brain Injury Australia’s 7th National Brain Injury Conference will be held, in partnership with the Melbourne Disability Institute, at the Melbourne School of Design on The University of Melbourne’s campus in Parkville on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October, 2019. Founded in 1986, Brain Injury Australia is the nation’s peak advocacy organisation representing the over […]

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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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JFA Purple Orange, Special Film Night – Wednesday 27 March

Special Film Night – Wednesday 27 March View the final videos and findings from the ‘Shared Journey’ project by Families4Families and Life Upcycled and funded by the Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund. In 2017 the ‘Shared Journey’ project commenced, enabling Families4Families to investigate how peer support techniques can be used by people living with disability to […]

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Resource – Brain Injury Australia’s 2018 report on family violence and brain injury

Brain Injury Australia’s 2018 report on family violence and brain injury. Among the findings from this report are that of the 16,000 Victorians who attended hospital over a decade due to family violence, two in every five sustained a brain injury, nearly one in every three victims of family violence were children and, of those, […]

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4 FREE Positive Behaviour Support Education Sessions for families following brain injury

Do you need more support with behavioural changes following Traumatic Brain Injury? Dr Alinka Fisher is running four FREE Education Sessions for families! The “FAB-Positive Behaviour Support” program has been developed for families following brain injury. We are now inviting families to take part in the education phase and provide feedback in a research study […]

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