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National Acquired Brain Injury Conference 2014

Posted on Nov 6, 2014 11:24:39 AM

Conference - Sydney, Australia
Following on from the inaugural National Acquired Brain Injury conference in Melbourne in 2013, production will shortly commence for this year's ABI conference in Sydney. Current research, case studies and issues addressed in 2013 included: Rehabilitation, community living and attendant care and support, Ideas for improvement in housing, support services and assistive technology, Managing complexity in alcohol and other substance related acquired brain injury – ARBI, Workforce participation and preparedness, Cultural appropriateness and differences, Prevalence and incidence, Clinical and forensic evaluations, Issues for Disability Care participants with an ABI, Synapse initiatives, Successful outcomes and stories. In 2014, the conference will again bring together a comprehensive program of expert speakers to help to facilitate education and best practice information exchange for better supporting people with an acquired brain injury. It will provide a great platform to hear the latest news and developments for ABI in areas such as research, advocacy, rehabilitation, treatment, best practice and policy from across the country.
Organization: Informa Australia
National Acquired Brain Injury Conference
Mon, Nov 10, 2014 - Tue, Nov 11, 2014
Sydney Harbour Marriott at Circular Quay
30 Pitt Street, Sydney, Australia
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