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Towards Better Practice: Working with people with a brain injury

A man pushes another man using a wheelchair. They are on a sandy beach with a sunset.
Location: Queensland (online)
Date: 13/04/2023
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Join us for Working with people with a brain injury, a, NDS Towards Better Practice webinar aimed at helping providers to improve their understanding and awareness of brain injury.

Angela K suffered a brain injury in 2012. This ‘invisible’ disability went unnoticed and unsupported for over 12 months. It is Angela’s passion to provide peer support to others with Brain Injury and to educate families, health care providers and the disability sector to understand what it is like to live with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Angela’s lived experience provides others with hope that they can have a fulfilling life.

Improve your practice by learning about the importance of validated communication and tools and techniques that will enhance the quality of care you deliver to people with a brain injury. Attendees will have an opportunity for Q and A with the panellists at the end of the session. 

Who Should Attend?

Frontline Workers, Support Coordinators, and Allied health Professionals in Queensland.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, 13 April
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm AEST
Location: Online



Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Tracey Shaw, Senior Sector Development Officer Sector Support, submit enquiry/feedback, show phone number