Brain Injury Australia Newsletter – March 2022
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– Concussion Workshop in December – Proceeds support Brain Injury Australia Read more.
– Brain Injury Australia’s five-year partnership with MAX Employment Read more.
– Brain Injury Australia Facilitates “Community of Practice” for National Disability Insurance Agency Read more.
– Brain Injury Australia Invited to Write Editorial for Young Stroke in the United States Read more.
– Getting the Best From The NDIS – Workshop For Clinicians, Allied Health, Service Providers Read more.
– Following Brain Injury Australia’s successful application to the Australian Government’s National Disability Conference Initiative, it has received $11,000 in funding to assist people with a brain injury to attend October’s 5th Annual National Acquired Brain Injury Conference”. Find out more.
– Brain Injury Australia “On The Stump”. Find out more.
– BIA leads Australia’s first prevalence study of brain injury and family violence. Read more.
– Speakers announced for national launch of 2017’s Brain Injury Awareness Week. Find out more.
– BIA asked to quote on Australia’s first study into brain injury and family violence. Find out more.
– Rosanna Robertson tells Ray Martin about her recovery from being shot point blank in the back of the head by her boyfriend. Find out more.
“National survey data suggest that about 50 to 60 per cent of Australian women drink in pregnancy.”
– Brain Injury Australia to Facilitate a “Community of Practice” for NDIS. Read more.
– Brain Injury Australia to Hold 2 Workshops on the NDIS. Read more.
– New Research: How Many Make a full Recovery from Concussion? Read more.
– Neuromoves now in Sydney: Exercises for Neurological Conditions. Read more.
– BIA Receives National Disability Agency Funding. Read more.
– New Research: Driving After Concussion: Is it Always Safe to Drive After Symptoms Resolve? Read more.
– 2017’s Brain Injury Awareness Week Devoted to Brain Injury in the Military. Read more.
– BIA’s Subscribers Offered Discounted Registration to Brain Injury Conferences. Read more.
Learn more about Suzy and Richard here.
– Return to Work Program for People with Brain Injury Shows Promise. Read more.
– BIA’s charity partner Sidetember doubles its support for Return2Sport. Find out more.
– BIA’s Speech to the NDIS Business Transformation Strategy Conference. Read more.
– BIA Chairs 4th Annual National Acquired Brain Injury Conference. Read more.
– Top Canadian University Offers Case Management Training. Read more.
– BIA Joins Forces with Australian Institute of Neuro-Rehabilitation. Read more.
– 4th Annual Acquired Brain Injury Conference. Read more.
– BIA Receives National Disability Conference Funding. Read more.