Online Event: Q & A session with retired clinical neuropsychologist, Mark Lamont

August 10, 2020

This is a Brain Injury Awareness Week 2020 Facebook LIVE event. Do you have a question for Mark? Now is your chance to learn more about: retraining the brain, concentration, motivation, behavioural management and more.

Retired clinical neuropsychologist, Mark Lamont, has over 25 years’ experience in working with people impacted by brain injury and will be answering questions and sharing his insights into supporting people to move forward.

When: Tuesday 18 August 2020
Time: 11:45am-12:30pm (session will be recorded and available after this time) 
Where: Facebook LIVE - BIAT Facebook Page

Do you have a Question for retired neuropsychologist, Mark Lamont?

We are particularly interested in questions about:

  • Neuroplasticity – retraining the brain to learn
  • Concentration/ Motivation, and
  • Behavioural management. 

Submit your Questions to: Robyn@biat.org.au by *Friday 14 August*.
Tune in for the Answers to the LIVE or Recorded session on the BIAT Facebook Page.

This event has finished. You can watch the video below and read the Q&A response notes here

Find out more about Brain Injury Awareness Week, including our calendar of events here.

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