Online Brain Injury Training - October 2020

September 25, 2020

This online training is for anyone working with people living with brain injury.

Event Details

This Online Brain Injury Training is a 'not to be missed' opportunity to further develop skills and knowledge in supporting people impacted by brain injury.

The training package consists of 3 x 2 hour sessions, with one session delivered per week over three weeks, online via Zoom webinar.

  • Session 1: Introduction to Brain Injury
  • Session 2: Cognitive Changes/Executive Function
  • Session 3: Understanding Behaviours of Concern

Session Information, Times, Registration


Dates: Mondays - 5th, 12th & 19th of October 2020

Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

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Dates: Wednesdays - 7th, 14th & 21st of October 2020

Time: 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Register here

NB: Session times are not interchangeable.


Sue Sloan is an AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) registered clinical neuropsychologist and occupational therapist who has worked in brain injury rehabilitation for over 40 years. Sue's particular interest is assisting people with brain injury who display cognitive impairments and challenging behaviours, to build their independence and community participation.

Training Costs

The cost is $200 + GST per person for the package of 3 sessions.

Find out more on our dedicated Brain Injury Training 2020 page

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