“WHATEVER IT TAKES” – Training Course on Brain Injury Rehabilitation, 2017

“Whatever it Takes” is a training program providing best-practice approaches to brain injury rehabilitation. In 2017, it will be held at Flinders University, Adelaide, from February 21-24.

The aim of the program is to explore:

  • The link between the brain and behaviour and the consequences of brain injury
  • Behavioural and cognitive interventions following brain injury
  • Significant issues that may impact successful rehabilitation (e.g. substance use, sexual inappropriateness, family conflict
  • Implications for people with brain injury with the launch of Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Professor Barry Willer, who presented at BIA’s Concussion Training Day, is the International Keynote Speaker.

Associate Professor Duncan Babbage (Implementation Science Cluster in the Centre for Person Centred Research, Director of the AUT Centre for eHealth at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand) and Libby Callaway (Department of Occupational therapy, Monash University) will also present.

The program brochure.

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