Start date: 18th Aug 2015
End date: 18th Aug 2015
Duration: 3 hours
The Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury
As part of Brain Injury Awareness Week Geelong - 17th - 23rd August 2015 - ISCRR and the Australian Injury and Disability Insurance Network (AIDIN) are running a community forum and an expo of service providers and community organisations.
The forum will kick off at 10am - 1pm and will take place at the National Wool Museum, 26 Moorabool Street, Geelong. It will feature presentations from researchers, including:
- "What happens following brain injury": Professor Jennie Ponsford, Monash University, describes the way brain injury affects many aspects of life after the injury
- "Hospital to home": Associate Professor Natasha Lannin, La Trobe University,describes new ways of helping people with brain injury and their families make the transition from the hospital to living back in the community.
This is a FREE event and morning tea will be provided. An expo of service providers and community organisations will also be taking place concurrently at the Wool Museum for attendees.
This event will be of particular interest to people living with Acquired Brain Injury and their families and carers. Please share with those who you feel would benefit.
We would appreciate it if anyone interested in attending would let us know so catering numbers can be confirmed on: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling: +61 3 9903 8610.