Brain Injury Australia – in association with Royal Rehab, Rollators Australia and Moore Rehab Outcomes – is proud to host the launch of “Reinventing Emma”, Occupational Therapist Emma Gee’s memoir of rehabilitation and recovery from a catastrophic stroke at the age of 24.
Brain Injury Australia’s Executive Officer Nick Rushworth, who will compere the launch, calls the book “a significant contribution to the ‘therapist as patient’ literature. At once ferociously intelligent and deeply felt, it is required reading for every health professional, every health consumer.”
Emma will be interviewed by Dr. Annie McCluskey, an Occupational Therapist and stroke researcher from the University of Sydney.
The launch will be held on Tuesday 15th March in the Community Hall of Royal Rehab’s Clive Austin Conference Centre, 235 Morrison Road, Ryde in Sydney (entry via Susan Schardt Way, off Charles Street) at 6:00 p.m. for a 6:30 start. This is a free event but numbers are strictly limited.
RSVP by 7 March to Kate Moore by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone; 0413 332 075.
For more information about Emma Gee, visit www.emma-gee.com