On the first Tuesday of every month we host a welcoming support group for the carers and families of people living with ABI.
Hosted by our Senior Psychologist Ed Weaver, we present a different topic each month – all designed to help you better support people living with ABI and increase your own wellbeing.
Proof of neuroplasticity – the brain’s capacity to change and ‘rewire’ itself – was a major scientific breakthrough. Knowing it exists is one thing, but how does it apply to helping people get on with their lives after a brain injury? As family members and carers, what do we need to know about neuroplasticity to help people make progress towards their goals? This session will be about drawing practical tips and strategies from the ever-growing body of neuroplasticity research.
Community Learning and Life Skills events take place at Brain Injury SA offices at 70 Light Square in the city and all sessions include morning tea.
Numbers are strictly limited, and registrations essential, to ensure we keep an intimate group that will encourage group discussion and interaction. There is no cost to attend.
Morning tea will be provided.
WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR: Carers & Family
You can also register by calling us 8217 7600, Country callers: 1300 733 049, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Community Learning and Life Skills program is designed for people living with ABI, their carers and families. The program of unique events, workshops and seminars assists people impacted by ABI to develop skills, increase their independence and move forward with their lives.
If you are someone living with ABI or know of someone who is living with ABI, their carer or a family member, and wish to attend one of our events, please register today.