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Critical research on the gap between human rights-based intention of the NDIS and implementation

Posted on Wednesday 1st December 2021

Researchers from The Hopkins Centre and Griffith University are investigating the gap between the promise of the human rights-based intention of the NDIS and how it is implemented through decisions and disputes about what is ‘reasonable and necessary’ support. Researchers are developing key insights and policy recommendations to ensure NDIS decision-making processes are infused with a rights approach to make dealings with and outcomes from the NDIS rights empowering and rights compliant.

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Wednesday 1st December 2021    


Hopkins Hour Event Resources: Planes, trains, & automobiles, experiences of citizens living with neurological injury

Posted on Tuesday 23rd November 2021

The virtual Hopkins Hour live event occurred on Thursday 18 November 2021, with invited speakers presenting on 'Planes, trains, and automobiles – Experiences and needs of citizens living with neurological injury'.

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Tuesday 23rd November 2021     Hopkins Hour, ABI, Travel, Neurological Injury, ROAMM


Benefits of ABI TRS - Adults with severe ABI and their families

Posted on Wednesday 10th November 2021

In August 2020, Tony Randall returned home, after sustaining a traumatic brain injury with support from ABI TRS. He said accessing therapy in his own home after discharge from BIRU had been essential to his recovery.

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Wednesday 10th November 2021    


Hopkins Hour Event Resources: Partnering for Excellence in Inclusive Childcare within the GCH and Knowledge Precinct

Posted on Thursday 7th October 2021

Partnering for Excellence in Inclusive Childcare within the GCH and Knowledge Precinct

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Metro South Health's ABI TRS Update

Posted on Wednesday 6th October 2021

ABITRS newsletter

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Wednesday 6th October 2021     Brain Injury, Metro South Health


Study helps to understand how clinicians can better support people with ABI related communication change return to work

Posted on Thursday 30th September 2021

Study helps to understand how clinicians can better support people with ABI related communication change return to work

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Thursday 30th September 2021     ABI


Exploring assessment of prospective memory after stroke utilizing virtual reality

Posted on Wednesday 29th September 2021

New paper by Hopkins Researcher Dr Christy Hogan explores the assessment of prospective memory after stroke utilising virtual reality. This work has helped to clarify that PM impairment does exist after stroke, possibly due to a problem in strategic monitoring. Additionally, this work demonstrates that VR technology can be used in the measurement of cognitive function post-stroke

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Wednesday 29th September 2021     Stroke, Virtual Reality, Prospective Memory


Spinal Life Australia Innovation Series

Posted on Friday 24th September 2021

Partnering with the great teams from Spinal Life Australia, ARM Hub (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) and IDEA Lab, the SLA Innovation Series kicked-off to a great start in Cairns!

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Friday 24th September 2021    

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