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

Thank you to everyone who joined the virtual Hopkins Hour live event on Thursday 18 November 2021, with invited speakers presenting on 'Planes, trains, and automobiles – Experiences and needs of citizens living with neurological injury'.

Presented by The Hopkins Centre Restoring Occupations And coMMunity participation (ROAMM) research team: Prof Louise Gustafsson (ROAMM team leader); Louise Bassingthwaighte and Kerry Marnane (PhD candidates and clinician researchers); and Dr Jacki Liddle (Founder of CarFreeMe, University of Queensland).

In this session, researchers and invited speakers, spoke about ROAMM project findings related to driving and travel following a neurological injury and event, as well as needs and challenges beyond accessibility.

For those who missed the live event, you can view the video recording below, along with other accessible event resources on our website.

Event video recording

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PowerPoint Presentation

Microsoft Stream Live Event Recording with interactive transcript and closed captions (add auto generated captions by pressing the CC button) - coming shortly

If you have missed any of the Hopkins Hour online research seminars, please view our gallery of videos on the website: www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/researchvideogallery


Tags: Hopkins Hour, ABI, Travel, Neurological Injury, ROAMM

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