ABI Community Liaison Officer - Interim Report

The Interim Report from BIAT, around the work of the Community Liaison Officer (CLO). The role of the Community Liaison Officer is to provide support to family and carers...

The role of the Community Liaison Officer is to provide support to family and carers who have loved ones with acquired brain disorders (ABD) admitted to the busy neurosurgical environment, and to continue to support them through the rehabilitation process and into the community and primary health space.

The role of the Community Liaison Officer is to provide support to family and carers who have loved ones with acquired brain disorders (ABD) admitted to the busy neurosurgical environment, and to continue to support them through the rehabilitation process and into the community and primary health space.

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Understanding and Living with Brain Injury: Information for Family members and Carers

This information sheet produced by the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania for family members, friends and carers of people living with brain injury, includes information about:

*How brain injury can affect people,

*What these affects may mean for people with brain injury,

*Coping strategies and tips that may help you to support the person who has a brain injury.

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Understanding and Living with Brain Injury: Information for Individuals

This information sheet produced by the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania for individuals living with brain injury, includes information about:

*How brain injury may affect you,

*What these affects may mean for you,

*Coping strategies and tips that may help you.

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BIAT Annual Report 2016-17

The 2016-17 BIAT Annual Report

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